Packers activate 4 players from COVID-19 reserve list, including Darnell Savage

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The Green Bay Packers activated four players from the COVID-19 reserve list on Tuesday. Safety Darnell Savage, defensive lineman Kingsley Keke, receiver Amari Rodgers and offensive tackle Dennis Kelly all came off the list and were reinstated to the 53-man roster.

Practice squad cornerback Jayson Stanley was also activated, but he was immediately released.

Savage and Kelly were both placed on the reserve list on Monday but were able to get clearance in just one day. Keke and Rodgers both missed Sunday’s win over the Minnesota Vikings while on the list.

All four should be available when the Packers play the Detroit Lions on Sunday in the season finale. Three of the four are starters, and Rodgers is the top option on the depth chart at returner.

The Packers have just two active roster players on the COVID-19 reserve list currently: cornerback Jaire Alexander and offensive tackle Billy Turner, who was added to the list on Tuesday.

Receiver David Moore, kicker JJ Molson and linebacker Ray Wilborn remain on the COVID-19 reserve list for practice squad players.

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Packers place 3 more players on COVID-19 reserve list