Earlier on Wednesday it was reported that the Raiders had placed starting tackle Trent Brown  on the reserve/COVID-19 list.

The Raiders may now have a much bigger problem as head coach Jon Gruden told ESPN later in the day that the entire starting offensive line was sent home due to contact with Brown.

“Hopefully we’ll get some players back tomorrow for Sunday,” Gruden said.

The Bucs and Raiders are scheduled to play on Sunday Night Football – if the game still goes on as scheduled.

PewterReport.com will update this story when more news is released.

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9 months ago
Last edited 9 months ago by CalifBuc
9 months ago

Hope like hell it doesn’t get postponed.. We need to keep our team ‘Rona free though..

9 months ago

Getting COVID off a bye looks terrible.

9 months ago

Wow. Does the game still get played?

9 months ago

According to The Athletic, the whole offensive line is home and being investigated for violating protocol while hanging out together–at least unable to practice all week.