NFL COVID-19 tracker: Updated team-by-team list of players in protocol for Week 18

As the NFL prepares to head into its final week of the season, the league continues to be hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Even after the league shortened its mandatory quarantine period from 10 days to five, per CDC guidance, there are still likely going to be a number of players out for the final weekend’s slate of games.

Among those that could miss the weekend’s action including Defensive Rookie of the Year frontrunner Micah Parsons and Bengals star running back Joe Mixon.

Sporting News has the list of all the players who entered the league’s COVID-19 protocols ahead of Week 18 games.

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NFL players in league COVID protocols

(Based on official team rosters as of Jan. 6)

Arizona Cardinals (two players)

Atlanta Falcons (two players)

Baltimore Ravens (zero players)

Buffalo Bills (zero players)

Carolina Panthers (two players)

Chicago Bears (zero players)

Cincinnati Bengals (eight players)

Cleveland Browns (four players)

Dallas Cowboys (two players)

Denver Broncos (three players)

Detroit Lions (three players)

Green Bay Packers (two players)

Houston Texans (one player)

Indianapolis Colts (zero players)

Jacksonville Jaguars (10 players)

Kansas City Chiefs (zero players)

Las Vegas Raiders (one player)

Los Angeles Chargers (zero players)

Los Angeles Rams (zero players)

Miami Dolphins (two players)

Minnesota Vikings (five players)

New England Patriots (two players)

New Orleans Saints (two players)

New York Giants (no players)

New York Jets (three players)

Philadelphia Eagles (12 players)

Pittsburgh Steelers (one player)

San Francisco 49ers (five players)

Seattle Seahawks (four players)

Tampa Bay Buccaneers (zero players)

Tennessee Titans (zero players)

Washington Football Team (one player)

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