The Eagles have some COVID-19 issues of their own in Week 11

Jeff Risdon
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The Cleveland Browns will be missing their best player, defensive end Myles Garrett, when they take the field at FirstEnergy Stadium on Sunday. Fullback Andy Janovich and offensive lineman Chris Hubbard will also be out after testing positive for COVID-19, as did Garrett.

The Browns’ foe in Week 11, the Philadelphia Eagles, have some pandemic-related issues of their own. The Eagles will be without three players and two coaches on Sunday.

Wide receiver J.J. Arcega-Whiteside, running back Corey Clement and defensive end Vinny Curry were all placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list this week after the team announced a player tested positive. Practice squad WR Deontay Burnett is also on the reserve list.

In addition, two coaches will not make the trip to Cleveland. passing game coordinator Press Taylor and wide receivers coach Aaron Moorehead have been ruled out due to COVID-19 protocols.

On the injury front, only safety Rudy Ford was ruled out by the Eagles. Offensive tackles Lane Johnson and Jason Peters do not carry injury designations into the game.

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