Buffalo Bills cornerback Josh Norman has tested positive for the coronavirus, the team announced on Saturday.
The team said tight end Tyler Kroft, cornerback Levi Wallace and goalkeeper Dean Marlowe have been in close contact with Norman in recent days and have been placed on the reserve / COVID-19 list. None of the four players will travel with the team for their game against the Arizona Cardinals.
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Buffalo defensive assistant coach Leonard Johnson will also miss the game against the Cardinals.
In the corresponding moves, the Bills elevated linebacker Darron Lee, defensive backs Daryl Worley, Josh Thomas and Dane Jackson, and wide receiver Jake Kumerow to the active roster of the practice squad.
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Norman isn’t the first cornerback he has been and hasn’t played since Week 6 against the Kansas City Chiefs. In three games this season, he has recorded 18 tackles, two pass defenses and two fumbles.
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Norman joined the Bills during the offseason after being released by the Washington football team. He played for the Bills, Washington and the Carolina Panthers during his career. He made a Pro Bowl and was named once to the All-Pro First Team.