Harrison Smith on COVID-19 reserve list, out Sunday

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Safety Harrison Smith will not play for the Vikings in Baltimore on Sunday.

The Vikings announced that Smith has been placed on the COVID-19 reserve list a little more than 90 minutes before their game with the Ravens is scheduled to start. Courtney Cronin of ESPN.com reports that the team was running extra tests after offensive linemen Garrett Bradbury and Dakota Dozier were placed on the reserve list.

If Smith is out for 10 days, he’ll also miss next Sunday’s game against the Chargers.

Josh Metellus is listed as Smith’s backup on the team’s depth chart.

In addition to announcing Smith’s move to the reserve list, the team also announced that safety Myles Dorn has been elevated from the practice squad as a COVID-19 replacement.

4 responses to “Harrison Smith on COVID-19 reserve list, out Sunday

  1. An NFL team can put in a contract that a player is not allowed to play pick up basketball, but they can’t dictate the vaccine because personal freedom?

    Humans make no sense sometimes. Get the shot.

  2. So glad we extended a 32 year old safety that refuses to get vaccinated,and already lost a big step. Nice job Rick. don’t let the door hit you and Zimmer on your way out.

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