The Cleveland Browns have announced additional absences related to COVID-19 protocols, as they will be without offensive line coach Bill Callahan and assistant offensive line coach Scott Peters when they host the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday.
In addition, offensive line coach Bill Callahan and assistant offensive line coach Scott Peters will not coach in Sunday’s game against Pittsburgh due to COVID-19 protocols. Coaching assistant Ryan Cordell will handle the offensive line’s game day coaching responsibilities.— Cleveland Browns (@Browns) January 2, 2021
Coaching assistant Ryan Cordell will take over the Browns’ offensive line with Callahan and Peters unavailable.
This brings the tally of Cleveland assistants quarantined to three, as receivers coach Chad O’Shea was ruled out Saturday morning.
Callahan has had a tremendous impact on the Browns offense in 2020, leading a unit that owns the league’s fourth-best rushing attack at 145.5 yards per game. His unit has also kept Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield upright, allowing just 22 sacks all season, the fifth-fewest in the NFL.