The Undefeated Giants are recovering from the first COVID-19 outbreak in the NFL.
Not only are defensive midfielder Daquan Jones returning to Tennessee for his second game in a row after being on the Reserve / COVID-19 list, so are defensive midfielder Geoffrey Simmons, broad future Adam Humphries and corner back Christian Fulton.
Wide receiver Cameron Batson, a member of the reserve team who was on the reserve, was also active after his promotion to this game.
Cleveland Quarterback Baker Mayfield will have a full set of wide receivers for the team’s visit to Pittsburgh. Wide Receiver Odell Beckham Jr. It was active after testing twice for coronavirus. Starting goalkeeper White Teller started off, with former Steelers’ striker Chris Hubbard starting at Tiller’s place.
And Cleveland safety Ronnie Harrison (concussion) and Carl Joseph (hamstring) is also out. Sheldrick Redwine, who participated in the quarter-final match against Indianapolis last week, will start alongside Andrew Cendigo.
The Steelers would be unbeaten without Pro Bowl goalkeeper David DeCastro and wide receiver Diontae Johnson. Dicastro will miss his third game of the season after suffering an abdominal injury last week against Philadelphia. DeCastro seated for the first and second weeks due to a knee injury.
Rookie will start Kevin Dotson in place of DeCastro. Johnson, Pittsburgh’s second-largest recipient, was knocked out due to a back injury suffered in a rematch last week.
Broad recipient Julio Jones is playing for Atlanta after playing half of the previous three matches due to a hamstring injury. Defensive finish Tak McKinley was knocked out with a thigh injury that kept him sidelined in all but five of the previous three matches.
Alexander Matteson of Minnesota begins his first career with a comeback for Dalvin Cook, who had a groin injury last week. The absence of right goalkeeper Drew Samia due to a wrist injury paves the way for rookie Ezra Cleveland to participate for the first time in the squad.
Jacksonville Jaguar DJ Chark receiver active and in the starting line-up against Detroit. Chark (ankle) was listed as suspect, but he tested his ankle during a pre-match warm-up and felt good enough to play.
Jacksonville will be without defensive end Josh Allen (knee) for the second consecutive game. Defensive intervention Abry Jones (ankle / hamstrings) is also inactive.
The Frank Ragno Center, listed as suspect with a groin injury, is active for lions.
Darius Leonard, Indianapolis midfielder Pro Bowl, will miss his second game in a row due to a thigh injury. He said Thursday he had hoped to play on Sunday, but that the ponies mentioned him as questionable after Friday’s practice.
Former Bordeaux midfielder Marcus Bailey was one of five players deactivated by the Bengals team. Carl Lawson is expected to replace Sam Hubbard in the defensive end after Hubbard (elbow) goes to the injured reserve. Cincinnati will also miss the defensive start of the reader, who suffered a four-season injury. Christian Covington has moved on to the reader’s spot on the depth chart.
The Panthers will be without the versatile No.3 wide receiver Curtis Samuel for Sunday’s match against the Bears. Samuel was listed as suspect on Friday due to a knee injury, but the Panthers chose to keep him out of the match.
Also, PJ Walker is replacing Will Grier as Carolina’s second midfielder this week because Grier is inactive. As for the Bears, the inner defenders are Daniel McCullers and John Jenkins.
The Eagles are returning one forward tackle starting right tackle Lynn Johnson is inactive due to an ankle injury and right goalkeeper Matt Pryor is on the COVID-19 list. Only the Jason Kelsey Center remains from the original Philadelphia Five starters.
The Patriots and Bronco are finally set to play their postponed match twice after an outbreak of Coronavirus cases that affected players on both teams.
New England midfielder Cam Newton and Stephon Gilmour are both expected to be in the squad after testing positive with COVID-19 earlier this month.
But the Patriots will not have Chuck Mason’s offensive line or Derek Rivers’ defensive line after they were both added to the Reserve / COVID-19 list on Saturday, as was a retreat from Sonny Michelle, who was already in reserve injured with a leg injury. Denver full-back coach Curtis Modkins also tested positive and did not make the trip to New England.
The Bronco would also be without the main multiplayer. Melvin Gordon is inactive after he was cited by Denver Police for driving under the influence of drive and speed last week. Gordon pulls off his season high of 107 yards and two TDs at Week 4.
Denver also won’t have a Noah Fant narrow end (ankle) or receiver KJ Hamler (hamstrings). Fullback Jeremiah Atoucho (quadriceps) started out too.
Washington midfielder Dwayne Haskins, who lost his primary job more than a week ago and missed training this week due to stomach ailment, was inactive in Sunday’s game against the Giants.
The Giants received some good news as DT Dexter Lawrence (knee) and WR Darius Slayton (foot) were active. They were listed as suspect on Friday. Midfielder David May, who missed the first five games of the season after knee surgery, has been active. He was transferred from the injured reserve on Friday. May 13 games started last season.
Texas: WR Keke Coutee, CB Cornell Armstrong, RB Buddy Howell, ILB Peter Kalambayi, OT Charlie Heck, and TE Jordan Akins.
Titans: OL Daniel Munyer, OL Isaiah Wilson, DB Chris Jackson, DL Matt Dickerson, and LB Will Compton.
Cleveland in Pittsburgh
Browns: S Ronnie Harrison Jr., S Karl Joseph, LB Jacob Phillips, G Wyatt Teller, DE Joe Jackson, DE Vincent Taylor.
Steelers: QB Josh Dobbs, WR Diontae Johnson, ILB Ulysses Gilbert, G David DeCastro, DL Carlos Davis, and TE Zach Gentry.
Detroit at Jacksonville
Blacks: QB David Blough, CB Desmond Trufant, LB Elijah Lee, OL Logan Stenberg, G Kenny Wiggins, and WR Quintez Cephus.
Jaguar: D. Josh Allen, DT Abre Jones, CB Luke Barco, DT Daniel Equal, W.R. Diddy Westbrook, QB Jake Lawton.
Bengals: K Austin Seibert, W.R Odin Tate, RB Travonne Williams, LB Marcus Bailey, J Keaton Sutherland.
Ponies: QB Jacob Eason, WR Daurice Fountain, LB Darius Leonard, OT Chaz Green, TE Mo Alie-Cox, WR Dezmon Patmon, DE Ron’Dell Carter.
Chicago in Carolina
Bears: CB Duke Shelley, S Dion Bush, LG Arlington Humberley, WR Riley Ridley, OLB Trevis Gibson.
Panthers: W.R. Curtis, Samuel, QB Will Greer, CB Elle Apple, J Dennis Daly, DT Woodrow Hamilton.
Baltimore in Philadelphia
Crows: QB Trace McSorley, WR Chris Moore, DB Anthony Levine, OL Trystan Colon-Castillo, OL Ben Bredeson, and DE Derek Wolfe.
Eagles: RT Lynn Johnson, WRD Shane Jackson, W.R. Sean Jeffery, CB Avonte Maddox, S Marcus Epps, LB Duke Riley, QB Nate Sudfield.
Denver in New England
Bronco: QB Jeff Driskel, G Netane Muti, TE Noah Fan, RB Melvin Gordon, WR KJ Hamler, LB Jeremiah Attaochu, and DT McTelvin Agim.
The Patriots: DL Carl Davis, DB Myles Bryant, RB JJ Taylor, TE Dalton Keene, QB Brian Hoyer.
Washington at the New York Giants
Washington: QB Dwayne Haskins, LB Thomas Davis Sr. , DE Nate Orchard, G Joshua Garnett, T David Sharpe, TE Marcus Baugh.
Giants: S Adrian Colbert, LB TJ Brunson, OT Jackson Barton, TE Eric Tomlinson, DE RJ McIntosh, OLB Lorenzo Carter.
The Falcons: CB Jordan Miller, RB Kadri Oleson, S. Jaylen Hawkins, RT John Witzel, D.E.Tack McKinley.
Vikings: RB Dolphin Cook, CB Chris Boyd, WR / KGG Osborne, CB Holton Hill, RGDrow Sublime.
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