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Jaguars have four players on COVID-19 list

Michael Irvin's comments about the Cowboys missing COVID vaccine protocols raises questions for NFL teams' goals this season and why the winning mentality doesn't encourage more players to get vaccinated.

The Jaguars added a fourth player to the COVID-19 list Saturday. Cornerback Chris Claybrooks joined cornerbacks CJ Henderson and Luq Barcoo and quarterback Jake Luton on the reserve list.

Howard Balzer of reports that after Browns linebacker Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah and Lions offensive tackle Evan Heim were added Sunday, 10 NFL players are on the COVID-19 reserve list with nine of those the result of a positive coronavirus test.

The Jaguars will start training camp shorthanded at corner with three on the COVID-19 list.

Jacksonville drafted Claybrooks in the seventh round in 2020 out of Memphis. He played 374 defensive snaps and 191 on special teams as a rookie.

He made 39 tackles and three pass breakups, while returning 13 kickoffs and three punt returns.