More Cleveland Browns players have tested positive for COVID-19 after Thursday's practice in Berea.
According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, Browns backup quarterback Case Keenum is the latest to turn up a positive test, leaving the Browns down to their third string quarterback Nick Mullins, who was just added to the active roster Thursday.
Some questions now being raised by Browns starting quarterback Baker Mayfield and Defensive End Myles Garrett, among others, as to why the league has players tested AFTER practice Thursday, and not before they entered the facility, which would have prevented any positive cases being spread throughout the locker room.
Tell me if this makes sense…. No tests this morning… then let our team gather for practice… then show up after practice to test them. Something seems off here.— Baker Mayfield (@bakermayfield) December 16, 2021
Also Thursday, Mayfield tweeting that if the League actually cared about player safety, they would postpone Saturday's Browns-Raiders game. Despite now 20-plus players with the Browns on the COVID Reserve list.