Washington places three more players on COVID-19 list, bringing total to 21
Things aren’t getting any easier for the Washington Football Team ahead of a pivotal divisional matchup on Sunday.
The team continues to add to their CVS receipt of a COVID-list, placing three more players on the list on Thursday — including a defensive starter:
The Washington Football Team placed the following player on the Reserve/COVID-19 List:— Washington Football PR (@Wash_PR) December 16, 2021
S Kam Curl
C Keith Ismael
C Tyler Larsen
The Washington Football Team signed the following free agent:
DT Akeem Spence
Safety Kamren Curl has played in every game for Washington this season, having 78 tackles, four passes defended, and a fumble recovery on the year.
Washington now has 21 total players on the Reserve/COVID-19 list — 17 on the active roster, two on IR, and two on the practice squad. The Eagles have just two players on their COVID-list in Quez Watkins and Jason Huntley.
Nick Sirianni stated yesterday that both Jalen Hurts and Gardner Minshew would get first-team reps this week as the former continues to recover from an ankle injury. Regardless of who’s under center, it looks as though the Eagles could be seeing a lot of Washington’s practice squad on Sunday.
#Eagles TE Dallas Goedert: “If you feel sick, tell someone so this can be a 1-person thing instead of a 20-person thing.”— Josh Tolentino (@JCTSports) December 16, 2021
Washington now up to 21 players on reserve/COVID list. Philadelphia only with two players on COVID IR.
Mandatory Credit: Geoff Burke | NBC Sports Washington