Washington gets 2 more players off COVID-19 list


The Washington football team activated two more players off its Reserve/COVID-19 list on Sunday: WR Cam Sims, DE Daniel Wise.

This comes a day after Washington activated four defensive linemen off the list.

It also means that these six players would have been able to play at 1 p.m on Sunday if the game wasn’t moved.

READ: Eagles-Washington game moved amid COVID outbreak

But the game was moved to 7 p.m. on Tuesday and Washington will have a couple more days to get players back before a huge game between two 6-7 teams as the Linc.

On Saturday, Washington activated Jonathan Allen, Montez Sweat, Casey Toohill and James Smith-Williams from their COVID-19 list.

On Friday, Washington’s COVID list spiked at 23 players but has been coming down since then. As of last Sunday morning, Washington has 16 players on its COVID list: QB Kyle Allen, S Troy Apke, DE Will Bradley-King, S Kam Curl, LB Milo Eifler, S Darrick Forrest, CB Kendall Fuller, QB Taylor Heinicke, TE Temarrick Hemingway, LB Khaleke Hudson, DT Matt Ioannidis, C Tyler Larsen, T Cornelius Lucas, LB David Mayo, TE Sammis Reyes, DT Tim Settle, RB Wendell Smallwood.

Meanwhile, the Eagles have two players on their COVID-19 list: WR Quez Watkins and practice squad RB Jason Huntley.

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