The Titans stopped in-person exercises Tuesday after various tests inside the association returned positive for COVID-19. The Vikings, whom the Titans vanquished Sunday, likewise suspended group exercises.
As indicated by the NFL, three players and five other personnel all had tests returned positive. The Vikings have not revealed any sure tests, yet.
“Out of a plenitude of alert, the association has chosen to work distantly (Tuesday) as we follow NFL conventions identified with the COVID-19 infection,” the group said in an announcement. “A few tests have returned positive and are working through the way toward affirming them. We will have more data (Wednesday).”
Birds of prey cornerback A.J. Terrell tried positive toward the finish of a week ago, yet no different individuals from the association did and they played their home game against the Bears on Sunday.
“The two clubs are working intimately with the NFL and NFLPA, including our irresistible illness specialists, to assess close contacts, play out extra testing and screen improvements,” the NFL said in an announcement. “All choices will be made with wellbeing and security as our essential thought.”