Nineteen new COVID related cases yesterday NFL (3 Viewers)

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ATLANTA
Carter, JamalDBMiami
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Smith, KeithRBSan Jose State
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BUFFALO
Taylor, VincentDTOklahoma State
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Williams, DukeWRAuburn
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CHICAGO
Goldman, EddieNTFlorida State
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Roberson, TreDBIllinois State
Reserve/Non-Football Injury from Waived/Non-Football Injury; Does Not Count Against 90 Limit
Saubert, EricTEDrake
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CLEVELAND
Dorbeck, DrakeTSouthern Mississippi
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Forbes, DrewTSoutheast Missouri
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Young, TrevonLBLouisville
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DETROIT
Atkins, JohnDTGeorgia
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Elliott, JalenDBNotre Dame
Reserve/COVID-19
Golladay, KennyWRNorthern Illinois
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Hockenson, T.J.TEIowa
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Oruwariye, AmaniDBPenn State
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Siposs, ArrynPAuburn
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HOUSTON
Vanderdoes, EddieDTUCLA
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KANSAS CITY
Duvernay-Tardif, LaurentGMcGill
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Williams, DamienRBOklahoma
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MINNESOTA
Odenigbo, IfeadiDENorthwestern
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Smith, CameronLBSouthern California
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Udoh, OlisaemekaTElon
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NEW ENGLAND
Chung, PatrickDBOregon
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Toran, NajeeGUCLA
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NEW YORK JETS
Gooden, AhmadLBSamford
Reserve/COVID-19
Moore, JalinRBAppalachian State
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PHILADELPHIA
Gerry, NathanLBNebraska
Reserve/COVID-19
Goodwin, MarquiseWRTexas
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Johnson, LaneTOklahoma
Reserve/COVID-19
Mailata, JordanTNo College
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PITTSBURGH
Layne, JustinDBMichigan State
Reserve/COVID-19

WASHINGTON
Thomas, LoganTEVirginia Tech
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I’m glad we have 3 QBs this season.
Will not matter at some point because so many other will be infected. I just think this is all a charade. To honestly believe in a close contact and physical sport, there will not be an outbreak, is simply kidding themselves. Let me put it in more simpler terms. Each team has what, a total of 8-9 QUALITY linemen active for each game? WHAT HAPPENS WHEN 4-5 GET INFECTED?

Linemen both DL and OL are the positions that have the highest probability of contracting the virus and spreading it.
 

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No evidence I'm yet aware of that exposure leads to acquired immunity.
Yep, recent research says ant-bodies last 2-3 months. This virus reminds me of the chicken pox. Once you've had the pox,you
won't catch it again,but you are going to be prone to catching the shingles later in life. This virus is insidious. People exposing
themselves to it in order to build up anti-bodies is pure stupid.
 

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Yep, recent research says ant-bodies last 2-3 months. This virus reminds me of the chicken pox. Once you've had the pox,you
won't catch it again,but you are going to be prone to catching the shingles later in life. This virus is insidious. People exposing
themselves to it in order to build up anti-bodies is pure stupid.
the shingles IS the chicken pox. Varicella zoster. Your first exposure causes chicken pox and the virus remains dormant in the dorsal root ganglia of your spinal nerves where it can be re-activated later causing shingles.
 

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Yep, recent research says ant-bodies last 2-3 months. This virus reminds me of the chicken pox. Once you've had the pox,you
won't catch it again,but you are going to be prone to catching the shingles later in life. This virus is insidious. People exposing
themselves to it in order to build up anti-bodies is pure stupid.
How do we know when this virus is only a few months into its heyday?
 

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