Browns Set to Reopen Facility After Testing Reveals No New Positives
January 1Michael ArinzeSportsGrid
The Cleveland Browns got some more good news today as their practice facility has been reopened after the latest round of COVID-19 testing didn’t show any new positive results. This is another step in the right direction after it was reported yesterday that wide receivers Jarvis Landry, Rashard Higgins, Donovan Peoples-Jones, and KhaDarel Hodge were activated from the reserve/COVID-19 list.
The Browns were forced to use a makeshift wide receiving corps last week against the Jets, and their offense really suffered because of it. Cleveland couldn’t get their running game going because of the lack of threat down the field. They finished with only 45 rushing yards, and Baker Mayfield was forced to throw the ball 53 times but only completed 53% of his passes.
The added weapons will undoubtedly help the Browns this weekend when they face the Pittsburgh Steelers for a chance to clinch a playoff spot. Cleveland is currently an 8.5 point home favorite over at FanDuel.
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