Browns safety Ronnie Harrison tests positive for COVID-19, Andrew Sendejo activated

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Browns starting safety Ronnie Harrison is the latest Cleveland player to test positive for COVID-19. Harrison tested positive on Thursday and will miss the team’s wild-card round matchup with Pittsburgh on Sunday night.

Harrison becomes the eighth Browns player to go onto the reserve/COVID-19 list after testing positive. A ninth, linebacker B.J. Goodson, was activated on Wednesday after missing the last two games with his own positive diagnosis.

The team’s facilities remained closed, but players are still being tested daily. Harrison was joined in a positive diagnosis on Thursday by practice squad linebacker Montrel Meander, who has been a COVID-19 replacement elevation in recent weeks.

The Browns did activate safety Andrew Sendejo, one of the players who had tested positive.

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