Browns coach Kevin Stefanski said Beckham had not tested positive for COVID-19 but the team had been carrying action by keeping him away from your clinic center from”an abundance of caution” Beckham chose a COVID-19 evaluation Thursday before departing, also Stefanski said the group would understand the results of the by Friday.
“The way the protocols are, you need to be cautious,” Stefanski said. “I don’t need to presume anything. Together with our men, we will be sure we follow the protocols and simply be secure.”
The Browns (4-1) are off to their very best start since 1994 and on Sunday will probably be planning to conquer the Steelers at Pittsburgh for the first time in 17 decades.
Beckham has been a massive portion of the Browns’ hot start. He also scored three touchdowns in Cleveland’s success on the Dallas Cowboys on Oct. 4 and also contains 294 receiving yards on 21 receptions this year.
“I don’t know whether I would like to move there yet,” replied Stefanski when asked the way the Browns could be impacted if Beckham can not play Pittsburgh. “He is a major part of what we do.”