Raiders put Clelin Ferrell, Lamarcus Joyner on COVID-19 list

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The Raiders have put two more players on the reserve/COVID-19 list.

The NFL’s daily transaction wire shows that defensive end Clelin Ferrell and safety Lamarcus Joyner are now on the list. Right tackle Trent Brown and linebacker Cory Littleton were already on it.

It’s not known whether Ferrell and/or Joyner tested positive for COVID-19 or if they had close contact with someone who did. If it is the former, they won’t be able to play against the Chiefs this week. If not, they could be able to return but may not be able to practice.

Ferrell has started every game this season. He has 19 tackles, three tackles for loss, and seven quarterback hits. Joyner has 46 tackles and five tackles for loss while appearing in every game.

The Raiders have been fined multiple times for COVID-19 protocol violations this season.

7 responses to “Raiders put Clelin Ferrell, Lamarcus Joyner on COVID-19 list

  1. If the NFL is predisposed to penalize the Raiders again, they’d better penalize Denver first. They’re the team who had COVID positives last week.

  2. Once again, the Raiders refuse to adhere to the Covid protocols in hopes of cheating the system. Fine them again. And this time pull their third round pick.

  3. If the NFL is predisposed to penalize the Raiders again, they’d better penalize Denver first. They’re the team who had COVID positives 

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    Wrong. Every Denver player who played in the game tested negative.

  4. @deadinbed – You can be asymptomatic and test negative. You can be infected and test negative. Players can test negative on game day then test positive days later.

  5. Great, it’s the Raiders, even if they’re not doing anything differently than the other 31 teams, they’ll still lose another pick probably their first rounder

  6. @deadinbed

    Dude, I hope you realize that players who play in a game test negative. They don’t allow positive players to play! Anyways, Shelby Harris missed the Raiders game because he tested positive, so you don’t know what you’re talking about out. And being in contact with someone who tested positive does not mean rules were broken.

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