It would not appear like Detroit Lions beginning quarterback Jared Goff shall be taking the sector post-Christmas when his workforce visits the Atlanta Falcons this weekend, ESPN’s Eric Woodyard reported on Friday.
Goff examined constructive for COVID-19 on Monday and has not examined out of protocol. He is reportedly solely experiencing delicate signs.
“I’m feeling good. It’s pretty much a mild cold. I’m feeling fine,” Goff mentioned in his weekly interview with 97.1 The Ticket in Detroit. “I had some symptoms pop up really Sunday night after the game. Monday morning, I said, ‘You know what? I might as well make sure this is good to go,’ and sure enough, I was positive.”
Goff, who’s vaccinated, went on to recall how he performed by means of having the flu earlier this month and was allowed to be round his teammates regardless of feeling a lot worse than he presently does with COVID.
“It is interesting,” he mentioned. “I had the flu a couple weeks ago and they didn’t have a problem with me playing, but I’m not allowed to play with this.”
Goff was one among three Lions to enter well being and security protocol on Monday, ensuing within the Lions having 13 positive tests in a 15-day span.
With Goff not testing out of protocol in time for Sunday’s recreation, Detroit (2-11-1) will begin backup Tim Boyle below middle. In his solely begin this season, the 27-year-old accomplished 15 of 23 passes for 77 yards with zero touchdowns and two interceptions in a 13-10 loss to the Cleveland Browns.