He will obviously miss Tuesday’s game against the Steelers. As Schefter notes, Andrews is now at least the 11th Ravens player to go on the reserve/COVID list. Newly-signed practice squad member Luke Willson may get thrust into action. The Ravens didn’t have anyone else listed at TE on their depth chart. That is, of course, if Willson gets over his illness and gets elevated to the active roster in time for Tuesday’s game.
No word yet on if the Eagles will actually make the change yet, despite many fans and media calling for the benching of Wentz. It will be quite interesting over the next day or so, leading up to the Monday night tilt with the Seahawks. Pederson has taken a liking to Hurts in some packages this season and in some two-point plays. The Eagles need some kind of speak soon or heads could be rolling.
In an update to an earlier post on the Broncos quarterbacks, all of them have been deemed high-risk, close contact and are therefore ineligible for Sunday against the Saints.
Schefter notes none of the players were wearing masks when they were exposed to the virus. This is quite the event now for the Broncos. Mike Klis reports RB Royce Freeman might end up being the starting quarterback, if the game is still on. Stay tuned.
Update: Ben Allbright is reporting former Wake Forest quarterback and current practice squad wide receiver Kendall Hinton, not Royce Freeman, will be the starting quarterback for the Broncos.