The Cleveland Browns are one of many teams who have been plagued by the recent COVID-19 outbreak in the NFL. Along with this, they are now dealing with injuries, and a loss to the Las Vegas Raiders. Head coach Kevin Stefanski provided updates on both Baker Mayfield and Myles Garrett Tuesday afternoon.

Browns beat writer Nate Ulrich tweeted the major updates regarding the quarterback and defensive end. Ulrich noted that, according to Stefanski, Garrett is determined to play through his recent injury.

The defensive end suffered a groin injury in their loss Monday night, but was able to return to the game. Meanwhile, Mayfield has been on the Browns' COVID-19 list since last Wednesday. Both the starting quarterback and head coach tested positive ahead of Week 15.

Stefanski told the media that Mayfield could still play in Week 16 at Green Bay, but would have to take specific travel precautions.

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This would be a huge boost for the Browns, who are desperately grabbing at any chance at the playoffs. Stefanski said Mayfield could be activated by Saturday in order to play Sunday against the Green Bay Packers. However, he didn't say whether or not Mayfield would get the nod, even if he is available.

The Browns are currently in last place in the AFC North with an even record of 7-7. If they have any chance in making a playoff run, they need the talents of Mayfield and Garrett on the field.