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No new positive COVID-19 tests Saturday for Raiders

Updated October 24, 2020 - 3:00 pm

There were no new positive COVID-19 test results for the Raiders on Saturday morning, a person close to the situation confirmed.

If no new positives tests occur on Sunday morning, the Raiders’ game against the Tampa Buccaneers will be played as scheduled at 1:05 p.m., and they are expected to have offensive linemen Kolton Miller, Gabe Jackson, Rodney Hudson and Denzelle Good available.

The linemen have been in five-day COVID-19 protocol after being deemed high-risk contacts of Trent Brown, who tested positive on Tuesday for the virus and will not play. Johnathan Abram, who was also deemed a high-risk contact of Brown, will not play as his five-day protocol will not expire until Monday morning.

Contact Vincent Bonsignore at vbonsignore@reviewjournal.com. Follow @VinnyBonsignore onTwitter.

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