Browns 'full speed ahead' after no positive tests

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BEREA, Ohio — Cleveland Browns coach Kevin Stefanski says his team is “full speed ahead” after the latest round of COVID-19 testing produced no new positive results.

“Just gotta put a plan together, go find a way to win,” said Stefanski, who tested positive Tuesday for COVID-19 and will be unavailable for Sunday’s playoff game against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Pro Bowl guard Joel Bitonio and wide receiver KhaDarel Hodge also will be unavailable after testing positive, but Stefanski said Wednesday that no other player would immediately be going on the reserve/COVID-19 list after contact tracing yielded no high-risk close contacts.

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Although the team’s training facility would remain closed through Wednesday, Stefanski said the Browns would continue to prepare for the Steelers virtually, including holding what he termed a “virtual walk-through” in the afternoon.

“I’m disappointed for anybody that can’t be a part of this, all of our guys that can’t be a part of this is disappointing to me, but we have to find a way,” said Stefanski, who noted that he was feeling fine despite contracting the coronavirus. “That’s what our charge is. That’s what we’re working on.”

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