Bills activate RB TJ Yeldon from Reserve/COVID-19 list

Nick Wojton
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The Buffalo Bills activated running back TJ Yeldon from the Reserve/COVID-19 list. The team announced the move on Wednesday.

Yeldon, a backup running back for the Bills (13-3) this season, only has 10 carries and 70 rushing yards in 2020 in three games played. He has not suited up since Week 5 and is viewed as the third-stringer behind both Zack Moss and Devin Singletary.

On Dec. 27, Yeldon was placed on the team’s COVID designation for his positive test result for coronavirus. The following day, three other players, including wide receiver John Brown, were also placed on the designation via contact tracing, not for positive tests themselves.

That caused Brown to miss Buffalo’s Week 16 game vs. the Patriots. Brown did play in their season finale against the Miami Dolphins on Sunday.

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OddsMoney LinePoint SpreadTotal Points
Buffalo
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Kansas City
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