Washington Football Team’s Covid-19 List Down to 16 Players as Game is Moved to Tuesday Night

by MCS Staff

The NFL decided to move the Washington Football Team/Philadelphia Eagles game from today to Tuesday Night after the WFT’s Covid-19 List grew to over 20 players on Friday.

A new agreement will require Covid tests for unvaccinated players only unless a vaccinated player is experiencing symptoms, which should keep further postponements or cancellations from occurring.

The Football Team is still without its top 2 quarterbacks, Taylor Heinicke and Kyle Allen, as they prepare for Tuesday’s game. Two negative back to back tests (with 24 hours in between tests) are required for a player to be removed from the Covid-19 list if they are vaccinated. A mandatory 10 days must be used for players who are not.

Starting defensive backs Kam Curl and Kendall Fuller remain on the Covid-19 list, as well as rotational defensive tackles Matt Ioannidis and Tim Settle. Swing tackle Cornelius Lucas is also on the list, along with several other reserves.

The players will have an additional two days to test out of the Covid-19 list and be eligible to play on Tuesday night at 7pm against the Philadelphia Eagles.


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