Bills' Norman ruled out after testing positive for COVID-19

PARK ORCHARD, N.Y.

(AP)—Josh Norman has checked favorably for Buffalo Bills cornerback at COVID-19, becoming one of four players and one assistant coach who would not go with the squad on Sunday to compete at the cardinals in Arizona.

On Saturday, AFC East-leading Bills notified the NFL regarding the positive test of Norman.

Tyler Kroft, Levi Wallace and Dean Marlowe have denied the team by having them on the list of reservations - COVID-19.

The three of them were considered directly linked to Norman.

Defensive coordinator Leonard Johnson isn't going to fly with the squad either.

Buffalo's secondary growth is diminished at the beginning point opposite Tre'Davious White.

After three consecutive games with a left hamstring fracture, Norman was able to come back.

After three games with a knee injury, Wallace began the past two games against white.

Buffalo reinforced the team of Daryl Worley and Dane Jackson, Josh Thomas, Darron Lee and Jake Kumerow from the practice party.

The Bills (7-2) take a rest from playing Arizona after entering their checkout week.

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