Browns activate Harrison Bryant from COVID-19 reserve list, eligible to play in Sunday's playoff matchup against Steelers
Cleveland Browns tight end Harrison Bryant (COVID-19 reserve) is eligible to play in Sunday's Wild Card playoff contest against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Bryant will return after missing one game for health protocol reasons. In a backup role behind Austin Hooper, Bryant's FanDuel salary stands at $4,700.
On 37 targets this season, Bryant has produced 24 receptions for 238 yards and three touchdowns.
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