The Jacksonville Jaguars positioned 3 players from their practice squad on Reserve/ COVID-19 Friday. Those gamers were cornerback Josh Nurse and receivers Terry Godwin and Josh Hammond.

The reserve/COVID -19 was created this season for players who have contracted COVID-19 or have actually been around an individual or group of individuals who have tested favorable. Either category requires a duration to quarantine until cleared, which is one of lots of elements of the league’s COVID-19 procedure.

Godwin has been on the Jags’ practice team considering that the start of the routine season. He’s taken part in two games (vs. the Packers and Steelers) this season with the group and was able to amass 2 kick returns, 9 offending snaps, and 10 special teams snaps.

Hammond also has been on the Jags’ 2020 practice squad because its preliminary start however hasn’t took part in a video game yet.

Nurse joined the Jags’ practice squad in September. He’s also taken part in two games (vs. the Texans and Browns) where he signed up nine and 10 special groups snaps, respectively.

Friday’s trio of players puts the Jags at five COVID-19 related deals this week. They likewise put cornerback Tre Herndon and guard Ben Bartch on the Reserve/ COVID-19 list for the active roster previously in the week.