Buffalo Bills C.P. Josh Norman tests positive for corona virus; 3 persons on Reserve / Govt-19 list
Buffalo Bills Cornerback Josh Norman Tested in favor of COVID-19, the team announced Saturday that they will miss Sunday’s game against the Arizona Cardinals.
With Norman, the tight end Tyler Craft, Cornerback Levi Wallace And were considered to be in close contact with Defense Dean Marlowe Norman, and were placed on the Reserve / Govt-19 list. None of the four players will travel to Arizona this weekend.
Their absence leaves the buffalo without four players as starters or as instant backers in their respective positions. Norman has returned to action after missing the last three games with a hamstring injury; This would have been the second game this season that had Bills Norman, Wallace and both Tre’davius White Active in Cornerback.
Instead, the team worked with cornerbacks Daryl Worley and rookie Dan Jackson from the coaching staff, along with linebacker Darren Lee, wide receiver Jack Cuero and security Josh Thomas.
With 119 receiving yards and three touchdowns this season, the Kraft teams are the best tight end. Without him, the team would have relied heavily on the 2019 third round selection Dawson Knox.