C9LEVELAND, Ohio - The Cleveland Browns have reopened their Berea headquarters after a positive COVID-19 test from one of their players that prompted the closing of their facility Monday.
The team reopened their facility after contact tracing did not reveal any high-risk close contacts with fullback Andy Janovich, who tested positive for COVID-19.
The Browns are preparing for their Week 11 matchup against the Philadelphia Eagles, to be played in Cleveland. At 6-3, the Browns are tied for second in the AFC North with the Baltimore Ravens.
Janovich was active in Sunday's Browns win against the Houston Texans, playing 15 offensive snaps and 11 on special teams. He was placed on the team's reserve/COVID list on Monday, just a few days after offensive lineman Chris Hubbard was moved to the list.
This is the second time since Friday the Browns have closed and reopened their facilities due to COVID-19 concerns.