We have our first NFL player expected to miss a game this season due to COVID-19.
Atlanta Falcons cornerback A.J. Terrell is being set on the save COVID list in front of Sunday’s down against the Chicago Bears, the group reported.
There is some uncertainly about whether the game will be played, however the NFL is cheerful it will, as indicated by the Washington Post. A few people with information on the circumstance told the paper no further issues are normal and the game will occur, while others all the more warily expressed that Sunday morning’s test outcomes will conclude that.
The Falcons got the news Saturday that Terrell had tried positive in a test managed the earlier day. Since Terrell rehearsed with the group Friday, association conventions order that prompt contact following will happen, in spite of the fact that the Falcons hadn’t revealed some other positive tests starting at 2 p.m. Saturday.
Before instructional courses opened over the late spring, different players had been set on the COVID save list for testing positive for Covid or interacting with somebody who had. Terrell, the sixteenth generally speaking pick in the 2020 NFL draft, is the first to do as such since the season started fourteen days back.
The Falcons (0-2) as of now are without harmed guarded backs Kendall Sheffield and Ricardo Allen for Sunday’s down against the Chicago Bears.