CM – NFL notebook: Colts activate Wentz from reserve / COVID-19 list


Indianapolis quarterback Carson Wentz still needs a negative test on Sunday to play against the Raiders.

The Indianapolis Colts activated quarterback Carson Wentz from the Reserve / COVID-19 list on Saturday and he should be able to start against Las Vegas on Sunday.

Wentz, who is unvaccinated, has to go on Sunday Tested negative to play under new protocols approved this week by the NFL and the Players Union. He was put on the COVID-19 list on Tuesday and had to isolate himself for five days.

The Colts (9-6) can get a playoff spot by winning. They also activated cornerback T.J. Carrie and Tackle Braden Smith are on the COVID-19 list, while quarterback Brett Hundley and defensive tackle Chris Williams are promoted to the practice team as coronavirus replacements.

Tampa Bay (11-4) said on Saturday that Bruce Arians will train the game at the New York Jets. Arians looked at COVID-19 logs earlier this week. Wide Receivers coach Kevin Garvera will also edit the game after being removed from the list. Cornerbacks Jamel Dean and Sean Murphy-Bunting were activated to play.

• Green Bay (12-3) activated player Corey Bojorquez, security guard Ben Braden, linebackers Ty Summers and Oren Burks, and tight ends Tyler Davis and Marcedes Lewis from the COVID-19 list.

• The Los Angeles Chargers (8-7) activated eight players, including five starters: Offensive tackle Storm Norton, Safety Nasir Adderley, cornerback Chris Harris Jr., placekicker Dustin Hopkins and Long Snapper Matt Overton. Los Angeles has also added Alohi Gilman, cornerback Davontae Harris and Trey Pipkins III to the active roster.

• Cincinnati has returned QB Brandon Allen and linebacker Germaine Pratt from the COVID-19 list to the active roster. Recipient Trent Taylor is a COVID-19 replacement.

• Houston (4-11) added five players from training roster as COVID-19 replacements: WRs Jalen Camp and Jordan Veasy; RB Jaylen Samuels; DB Cre ‘by LeBlanc; and offensive lineman Jordan Steckler.

• Denver (7-8) brought seven substitutes from the training roster, including security veteran Ha Ha Clinton Dix.

• Miami (8-7) was named DL Adam for his game at Tennessee Butler and S Brandon Jones, who were on the COVID-19 list, listed as questionable. They traveled separately from the team.

• Arizona (10-5) removed DL Josh Mauro and CB Kevin Peterson as COVID-19 replacements.

• Minnesota (7-8) activated S Myles Dorn, CB Tye Smith and DE Kenny Willekes as COVID-19 replacements and G Olisaemeka Udoh from the COVID-19 list. DT Michael Pierce was downgraded to out.

CHIEFS: Kansas City Chiefs running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire from Sunday’s game in Cincinnati. Edwards-Helaire injured his shoulder early in the second half of the riot at Pittsburgh last weekend. He did not participate in training that week and was listed as questionable in the last injury report before being demoted on Saturday.

The Chiefs enabled Jerick McKinnon to run back from the injured reserve, where he was recovering from a hamstring injury, and planned that he would make the trip to Cincinnati. Darrel Williams will be the starter with McKinnon and Derrick Gore as backups for the important AFC showdown.

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