The Tennessee Titans remain uncertain about their next game, as they identified a new positive case for the coronavirus on Thursday, while another test from the day before led to an identical result.
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This is what the NFL Network reported in the morning. Thus, the facilities of the affected roster remain inaccessible to players and instructors who must stick to virtual team activities.
However, the Goodell Circuit is currently investigating unauthorized training sessions by the league that have allegedly involved several Titans players since the closure of their facilities.
Sunday’s game at the Titans’ home against the Buffalo Bills has been moved to Tuesday, provided there are no new cases by then, ESPN reported. This is a second game postponed in as many weeks for the formation of Tennessee. Indeed, the appearance of 18 cases of COVID-19 within the team had forced the postponement of its clash against the Pittsburgh Steelers last week.
This change in schedule leads to another for the Bills, as their Thursday October 15 game against the Kansas City Chiefs will finally take place on Sunday the 18th.
Separately, NFL Network reported that there were no new positive COVID-19 results among the New England Patriots. Cornerback Stephon Gilmore was declared a carrier of the coronavirus on Wednesday. His teammate Cam Newton missed Monday’s game against the Chiefs for the same reasons.
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Nonetheless, the league has chosen to postpone the Patriots’ game against the Denver Broncos until Monday due to coronavirus uncertainty. The match was originally scheduled for Sunday at Foxborough.