Costs’ Josh Norman evaluates positive for coronavirus, 3 others positioned on reserve/COVID -19 list
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Buffalo Bills cornerback Josh Norman tested positive for the coronavirus, the team revealed Saturday.
The group said that tight end Tyler Kroft, cornerback Levi Wallace and safety Dean Marlowe were in close contact with Norman in recent days and were put on the reserve/COVID -19 list. None of the four players will travel with the group for their game against the Arizona Cardinals.
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Buffalo protective assistant coach Leonard Johnson likewise will miss the video game against the Cardinals.
In corresponding moves, the Costs elevated linebacker Darron Lee, protective backs Daryl Worley, Josh Thomas and Dane Jackson, and pass receiver Jake Kumerow to the active lineup from the practice squad.
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Norman isn’t the premier cornerback he as soon as was and hasn’t played since Week 6 versus the Kansas City Chiefs. In 3 video games this season, he tape-recorded 18 tackles, two pass defenses and recovered two fumbles.
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Norman signed up with the Costs in the offseason after he was launched by the Washington Football Group. He has played for the Expenses, Washington and the Carolina Panthers throughout his career. He’s made one Pro Bowl and was named to the All-Pro First Team when.