After the latest round of COVID-19 testing, the Cleveland Browns are finally looking to play at full strength as they tussle against the Kansas City Chiefs for the divisional round of the AFC bracket, per NFL Network‘s Ian Rapoport.

The Browns were greatly affected by the COVID-19 virus in recent weeks. The team faced the New York Jets without four of their wide receivers in Jarvis Landry, Rashard Higgins, Donovan Peoples-Jones, and KhaDarel Hodge. Without much weapons on the field, the Browns eventually succumbed to a crucial 23-16 defeat against the Jets which placed their playoff hopes in jeopardy.

After winning their Week 17 tilt against the Pittsburgh Steelers, the Browns were hit with more positive cases heading to the playoffs. The team went to battle without head coach Kevin Stefanski along with four assistant coaches on the sidelines. Left guard Joel Bitonio, cornerbacks Denzel Ward and Kevin Johnson along with wide receiver KhaDarel Hodge were all placed in the team's reserve/COVID-19 list and mandated to be quarantined.

Despite playing a must-win game without a head coach and most of their players, the Browns still managed to handle their business in Pittsburgh. The team started the game with a 28-0 run and didn't look back as they ultimately ran away with a 48-37 victory.

With still a full week ahead of them, the Browns are looking to welcome back their team members in time for the game against the Chiefs. Hopefully, being at full strength will help them upset the reigning Super Bowl champions to advance to the next round of the postseason.