The San Francisco 49ers wide receivers Brandon Ayuk and Debu Samuel and offensive attack Trent Williams have been placed on the Reserve / COVID-19 roster and will exit for Thursday night’s match against the Green Bay Packers, which is still in operation as scheduled, NFL Network’s Mike Jaravolo reported Wednesday night .
The three players were placed on the list as being in close contact with Kendrick Born, who tested positive for the Coronavirus. A positive Born test led to him turning 49 The team facility closes on Wednesday.
Samuel was already disqualified Thursday due to a hamstring injury, but the loss of Ayuk and Williams lengthened an already long list of 49 rookies who would be missing out on the injury or now the coronavirus protocols.
Born was placed on the reserve / COVID-19 list earlier Wednesday, and after NFL’s coronavirus protocols, it began tracking the contract. Ayuk, Samuel and Williams were considered to be in close contact and placed on the Reserve / COVID-19 list.
San Francisco’s opponent in Week 9 will also have players missing due to COVID-19, with Green Bay returning AJ Dillon He tested positive earlier this week and will not play, and will not return Jamal Williams And back Kamal Martin, Who were in close contact.
The 49 players, who have been dealing with a string of injuries throughout the season, will play on Thursday and for the foreseeable future without midfielder Jimmy Garoppolo and superstar George Keitel due to injuries, so Wednesday’s latest news is it all. Most worrying for the depleted team.
49ers (4-4) will host Packers (5-2) at 8:20 PM ET Thursday night football Levi’s stadium.