Titans, Two Days Before Bills Game, Shut Down Facility After Positive Test

That brings the grand total to 22


Another day, another dose of bad news for the Titans.

Tennessee on Sunday shut down its facility after a coach tested positive for COVID-19. A combined 22 members of the Titans have tested positive for the virus over the last two weeks, resulting in the postponement of last week’s game against the Pittsburgh Steelers and the rescheduling of the team’s Week 5 game against the Buffalo Bills to Tuesday night.

That game now seemingly is in doubt.

Whether the Titans take the field Tuesday night remains to be seen. So, too, does whether the Patriots will face the Denver Broncos on Monday after a New England player tested positive for COVID-19 on Saturday.

Perhaps drawling a line for all teams, Patriots players apparently aren’t willing to let the NFL tell them whether to play amid a potential outbreak.

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