The New Orleans Saints may have taken a break when the NFL scheduled a playoff opener with the Chicago Bears next Sunday instead of Saturday.
That extra day may allow the saint to activate Alvin Kamala from the Reserve / COVID-19 list after the stars are back. Test positive For the coronavirus prior to Sunday’s regular season finale against the Carolina Panthers.
New Orleans coach Sean Payton said Monday that he “knows” about Kamala’s status in the Bears match. Mike triplet Of ESPN.
Saints will not be able to activate Kamala from the Reserve / COVID-19 list until Sunday at the earliest. In other words, 25-year-old electricity cannot be practiced even once before the match. Kamala is now saint There are 932 rush yards, 83 receptions and 756 receiving yards.
“I think it depends on the player and the situation,” Peyton added, adding that the ball carrier could start Kamala without taking time to practice. “But much of that is just our player-based decision about where we think we are in the week. We have to be smart.”
Like a saint, Cleveland Browns was able to remove multiple players from the Reserve / COVID-19 list in time for a playoff game with the Pittsburgh Steelers. This is because the NFL scheduled the contest on Sunday instead of Saturday.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers in linebacker Devin White You will not be able to play But for the Washington Football Team on Saturday night, he will not be able to activate from the Reserve / COVID-19 list by this Sunday.
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Saints RB Alvin Kamara may be cleared for Sunday match
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