Bills put Spencer Brown on COVID-19 reserve list

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The Bills are likely going to be without right tackle Spencer Brown for this Sunday’s game against the Colts.

Brown has been placed on the COVID-19 reserve list on Thursday. If he’s vaccinated and tested positive, he’ll be able to return in less than 10 days with two negative tests taken 24 hours apart but there haven’t been many cases of players who have come back before the 10-day quarantine period is up.

If unvaccinated, he’ll be out 10 days for a positive test and five days if he was a close contact of someone who tested positive.

Brown was a third-round pick this year and he took over as a starter in Week Four. He missed two games with a back injury, but returned for last Sunday’s win over the Jets.

The Bills also announced that wide receiver Jake Kumerow has been activated from the COVID reserve list. He missed one game while on the list.

8 responses to “Bills put Spencer Brown on COVID-19 reserve list

  1. Didn’t he just make it back from injury? Hope he is vaccinated, Brown made a difference last weekend vs. Jets.

  2. Could be a big blow. RT are very important to a team. Not as important at LT though, which is top priority (if you have a right handed quarterback of course). Football 101.

  3. HUGE loss for the Bills, he seems to be the catalyst that moves the offensive line. And the Bills play the Saints next Thursday – 7 days from now….

  4. And we suck again……

    Brown must be at RT and Williams at RG for any sort of offensive line success.

  5. It’s looking more and more like the Bills should have used the Basham pick on an OL instead, in addition to taking Brown. Their OLine is the weakest link at the moment.

  6. If this puts Cody Ford on the field we could be in for a long day against the Colts and Saints front 4s

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