BEREA, Ohio — After analyzing negative for COVID-19 each day before, Cleveland Browns wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. Was listed as questionable for Sunday’s match against the Pittsburgh Steelers having an unknown ailment.
“He got some fantastic job Wednesday, [and] he has been in meetings almost,” Stefanski said of Beckham, who missed clinics Thursday and Friday. “I think there is enough time to grab up him, barring his health”
Stefanski said Beckham will have the ability to come back to the clinic facility Saturday with the other negative COVID-19 evaluation outcome. From that point, the staff would consider travel alternatives for Beckham, for example forcing him there in a car different from the remainder of the group.
Baker Mayfield was listed as questionable for Sunday’s game with a chest injury he suffered last weekend from Indianapolis. However, after being limited earlier this week, Mayfield was projecting in Friday’s practice and Stefanski said that his nickname was”trending in the perfect direction.”
“He is improving daily,” Stefanski said. “we would like to ensure we are secure as it goes. Utilize all these hours for therapy and see how he reacts.”
Wide receiver Jarvis Landry was listed as questionable with a hip and knee injury that had kept him until Friday.
“He is also progressing. He is a very, very hard dude,” Stefanski said of Landry, who has never missed a match in his eponymous NFL career. “Spent a good deal of time at the practice area getting his body making a push for Sunday like he always does.”
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.
Both players were hurt against Indianapolis.