Cardinals head coach out for Browns game with COVID-19
CLEVELAND – The Arizona Cardinals will miss their team of key pieces as they travel to Cleveland to take on the Browns, including their head coach, after several positive COVID-19 test results.
Head coach Kliff Kingsbury has tested positive for COVID-19 and will not be able to travel with his team for Sunday afternoon’s game.
Additionally, Cardinals quarterback coach Cam Turner and defensive lineman Zach Allen have tested positive and will miss the game against the Browns.
Cardinals linebacker Chandler Jones was already on the Reserve / COVID-19 list on Tuesday.
In Kingsbury’s place, defensive coordinator Vance Joseph and assistant coach and special teams coordinator Jeff Rodgers will share the head coach duties.
While the Browns don’t have any players with COVID-19, some key players won’t be on the pitch on Sunday either, including running back Nick Chubb, who was ruled out with a calf injury on Friday afterwards. -midday.
In addition to Chubb, the Browns have also ruled out linebacker Malcolm Smith who suffers from an abdominal injury.
The following players have been listed as questionable for Sunday’s game against the Cardinals:
- BY Jadeveon Clowney
- RT Jack Conklin
- BY Myles Garrett
- CB AJ Green
- RB Kareem Hunt
- BY Takk McKinley
- CB Greg Newsome II
- C JC Tretter
- District CB Denzel
- Lieutenant Jedrick Wills Jr.
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