The Las Vegas Raiders had no additional positive tests from their latest COVID-19 tests, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported.
HENDERSON, Nev. - With the Las Vegas Raiders preparing to place right tackle Trent Brown on the reserve/COVID-19 list, the team sent home all five of its starting offensive linemenon Wednesday due to contact tracing, coach Jon Gruden said. "We expect the Buccaneers-Raiders game to be played on Sunday afternoon". Safety Johnathan Abram also was held out because of contract tracing. "I can't get into things any more than that".
"Irving, a cannabis advocate, retweeted a statement last September that said he was being suspended for choosing "#plantsoverpills and was forced into a 3 month closed door rehab with a bunch of #opioid #addicts and only so I could go back to the league and be prescribed opioids". "I'm really more concerned about Trent and his health than anything". The other linemen on the active roster are Patrick Omameh, John Simpson, Andre James, Brandon Parker and Sam Young.
As a precaution, the Raiders sent home the rest of their starting offensive line - center Rodney Hudson, tackle Kolton Miller, guards Gabe Jackson and Denzelle Good - as well as safety Johnathan Abram for the objective of contact tracing.
Federer targeting Australian Open for return
While he has made significant progress in his recovery, he said he is still not at the point where he can train as usual. If that is fulfilled, I will have a guaranteed objective for this year, "he said".