10 players activated from NFL’s reserve/COVID-19 list, 8 opt-out

Chicago Bears defensive end John Jenkins, Tennessee Titans offensive tackle Isaiah Wilson and Detroit Lions tight end Isaac Nauta, who all played at Georgia, were activated from the NFL’s reserve COVID-19 list Monday.

Denver tackle Ja’Wuan James, who played at North Gwinnett High and Tennessee, and Washington linebacker Josh Harvey-Clemons, who started his career at Georgia before finishing at Louisville, were on the reserve opt-out list.

Overall, 10 players were activated from the reserve/COVID-19 list, eight players elected to opt out and three were placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list Monday.

Teams have pointed out that all players have not tested positive, but may come in contact with a known positive person and have been placed on the list for a quarantine period.

Monday, Aug. 3

Activation from reserve/COVID-19 list

Chicago – John Jenkins (DE), Artavis Pierce (RB) and Eric Saubert (TE).

Cleveland – Jamie Gillan (P).

Detroit – Isaac Nauta (TE).

Miami – Jerome Baker (LB).

Minnesota -- Anthony Barr (LB) and Ifeadi Odenigbo (DE).

Pittsburgh – Arrion Springs (DB).

Tennessee – Isaiah Wilson (T).

Reserve/COVID-19 list

Cleveland – Garrett Gilbert (QB).

Green Bay – Hunter Bradley (LS).

Miami – Malcolm Perry (RB)

Reserve Opt-out

Carolina – Christian Miller (DE).

Chicago – Jordan Lucas (DB).

Cincinnati – Josh Tupou (NT).

Denver – Ja’Wuan James (T).

Las Vegas – D.J. Killings (DB) and Jeremiah Valoaga (DE).

New York Jets – C.J. Mosley (LB).

Washington – Josh Harvey-Clemons (LB).



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