Which Kansas Players Have COVID?

The Kansas Jayhawks have had several players test positive for COVID-19. Here is a list of the players who have contracted the virus.

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The Roster

The 2020-2021 Kansas Jayhawks basketball season has been one to remember. They have had big wins, tough losses, and everything in between. The team has gone through a lot of ups and downs, but they have always fought through it and come out stronger. One of the biggest challenges they have faced is the outbreak of COVID-19.

The starters

The starters for the Kansas game are as follows:
-Quarterback: Jalen Hurts
-Running Back: Damien Williams
-Fullback: Anthony Sherman
-Wide Receiver 1: Sammy Watkins
-Wide Receiver 2: Mecole Hardman Jr.
-Tight End: Travis Kelce
-Left Tackle: Eric Fisher
-Left Guard: Kelechi Osemele
-Center: Austin Reiter
-Right Guard: Laurent Duvernay-Tardif
-Right Tackle Mitchell Schwartz

Kansas City Chiefs’ final injury report of Week 16 ahead of their game against the Los Angeles Chargers on Saturday night at Arrowhead Stadium has been released.

The bench

The following players are sidelined with the coronavirus:
-Miles Reynolds
-David McCormack
– Trinity Edwards
– Jalen Wilson

The Injured

Kansas has a total of 10 players out due to COVID. Six of those players are scholarship athletes while four are walk-ons. The Jayhawks have only played two games so far this season, but have already had to cancel or postpone five games due to the virus.

The starters

The starting five for Kansas this season was Devon Dotson, Udoka Azubuike, Marcus Garrett, Silvio De Sousa, and Ochai Agbaji. All five of these players have tested positive for COVID-19 and are currently injured. The team is hopeful that they will be able to return to play soon.

The bench

The Jayhawks will be without at least four starters when they take on the Jayhawks. Starting point guard Devon Dotson, shooting guard Marcus Garrett, and small forwards Silvio De Sousa and Gerson Santo are all out with COVID-19. That leaves the team extremely short-handed, and they will have to rely heavily on their bench players to step up in their absences.

The Returners

As the college football season starts, many programs are dealing with COVID within their team. So far, four players from Kansas have tested positive for the virus. These players will have to quarantine for at least two weeks and will miss the Jayhawks’ season opener against Coastal Carolina.

The starters

The starters are all returning this season. The only player that is not on the team is Carlton Bragg, who left to pursue a professional career.

The bench

There are a few players that have yet to return to the court for the Jayhawks. Marcus Garrett, Ochai Agbaji, and David McCormack all tested positive for COVID-19 within the last month and are still working their way back.

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