Giants offensive coordinator Jason Garrett has cleared COVID-19 protocols and will accompany the team to Baltimore for their game against the Ravens on Sunday, according to The Record’s Art Stapleton.
Garrett missed the Giants’ Week 15 game against Cleveland after testing positive for COVID-19 last week. Tight ends coach – and former Browns head coach – Freddie Kitchens called the team’s offensive plays in that game, but Garrett will assume playcalling duties once again on Sunday.
Head coach Joe Judge said on Thursday that the assumption was that Garrett would be back calling plays, and that the main concern was whether he would have to travel separately from the team.
But Stapleton says that Garrett will be on the train with the team today as they head to Baltimore for Sunday’s game.
Garrett was one of three members of the organization to test positive last week, along with offensive assistant coach Stephen Brown and cornerback James Bradberry. Bradberry, who was named to the NFC Pro Bowl team earlier this week, will also be back for Sunday’s game.
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