The newest addition to the Green Bay Packers roster is no longer available.
According to the league transaction line, the Packers made an improper deal with Jared Veldheer on the Reserve / COVID-19 list on Wednesday.
Veldheer, who was signed out of the Indianapolis Colts training team on Tuesday, did not train with the football team on Wednesday due to positive test results.The Packers indicated he was not a contributor to the injury report due. Problems not related to injury
According to ESPN Packers’ Rob Demovsky, it was cleared through the league protocol’s contact tracking section, meaning no other players had to join Veldheer on the reserve roster.
Current concerns for Matt LaFleur̵7;s squad are other players who have tested positive between now and Saturday’s playoffs against the Los Angeles Rams.
Veldheer, who played in two games for football last season, returned to Green Bay after playing in the Colts’ play-off game against Buffalo Bills on Saturday. Since he is on the Colt Wellesire training team, he is entitled to sign a football contract.
Coach Matt LaFleur said Veldheer would provide valuable depth into the offensive line, especially behind Billy Turner and Rick Wagner who started offensive games. Now that thought is a dotted line.
Just three days before the start of the match, Veldheer will miss Saturday’s game against the Rams but could be ready for the NFC championship game if the Packers beat the Rams.