Cleveland Browns place QB Nick Mullens on reserve / COVID-19 list, sign K Chris Blewitt on training team
The Cleveland continues to face COVID-19, however it has actually slowed to a drip in the previous couple of days. Training team quarterback Nick Mullens is the last to be put on the reserve / COVID-19 list on Wednesday, signing up with offending deal with Alex Taylor and linebacker Elijah Lee, who are on COVID-19 logs today ended up being.
The Browns likewise revealed the addition of kicker Chris Blewitt to the training team, changing Mullens’ place on the training team.
Of the Browns’ 4 quarterbacks, Mullens ended up being the longest holdout prior to contracting COVID-19. Baker Mayfield got it initially, followed by Case Keenum, and after that Kyle Lauletta.
Chris Blewitt is now offering the Browns 3 kickers as Chase McLaughlin is still on the Reserve / COVID-19 list. Chris Naggar, the training team’s kicker, was utilized versus the Green Bay Packers. He scored a 37-backyard basket however missed out on an additional point.
Head coach Kevin Stefanski has likewise stated that McLaughlin is the team’s kicker. So the addition of Blewitt seems an effort to produce competitors for Naggar till McLaughlin can return.
The Browns might simply be awaiting McLaughlin to come back and join him, however the truth that they have 2 other kickers on the team provides a contrast. If they like Naggar or Blewitt, they might wind up keeping them and changing McLaughlin.
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