The Tennessee Titans got no new sure COVID-19 test outcomes Monday morning, numerous sources told.
The NFL and the NFL Players Association are exploring whether the Titans, who have had 20 individuals from their association test positive for COVID-19 this season, disregarded the group’s Covid related conventions, sources revealed.
Authorities from the NFL and NFLPA have been in Tennessee since Friday, looking for answers to an issue that a few sources accept eventually will end up with the association making a case of the Titans.
In the event that the NFL and NFLPA find that at any rate one individual from the Titans didn’t appropriately report being around somebody with the Covid, it would be an infringement.
The NFL reported Thursday that the Titans’ down against the Pittsburgh Steelers would not be played during Week 4 due to the positive Covid tests. The Titans are presently planned to play the Steelers in Week 7 on Oct. 25.
The New England Patriots’ for the time being COVID-19 test outcomes returned negative Monday morning, and the group began its outing to Kansas City, sources told Schefter and ESPN’s Field Yates. The Chiefs’ test outcomes likewise returned negative, so Monday night’s down (7:05 ET) is on, as indicated by ESPN’s Dianna Russini.
The game, initially planned for Sunday, was delayed after sources revealed to ESPN that Patriots quarterback Cam Newton had tried positive for the Covid.
The Patriots will head out to Kansas City in two planes, sources revealed to ESPN’s Mike Reiss, one of which will convey the around 20 players who have been in close contact with Newton. The group will leave from two distinct air terminals however are planned to show up in Kansas City at about a similar time.
The group intends to remain at a lodging for a few hours and afterward head to Arrowhead Stadium for the game.