New Orleans, Louisiana 2021-10-22 15:55:15 –
The Chicago Bears put veteran tight end Jimmy Graham on the Reserve / COVID-19 list on Friday.
Graham, who has only one catch in 11 yards in three games this season, could play against his host Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday.
The Chicago Sun-Times reported that Graham was vaccinated, but he would need two negative tests every 24 hours to get back to work.
The 34-year-old Graham, who was elected five times in the Pro Bowl, has 700 career catches at 8,350 yards in 175 games (129 starts) in New Orleans (2010-14), Seattle (2015-17) and Green Bay. We made 82 touchdowns. (2018-19) and Chicago.
Graham is the second bears player to land on the list this week and has joined outsidelinebacker Robert Quinn.
The status of the running backs of Quinn, who was positive for coronavirus earlier this week, and Damien Williams, who was positive last week, is still unknown. Head coach Matt Nagy told reporters Friday that both players were still on the list.
Wide receiver Mike Fury also joined the COVID-19 protocol last week and missed a 24-14 defeat to the Packers last Sunday.
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