Lions coaching staff for Saturday’s game in real question after COVID-19 contacts
When the Detroit Lions take on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Saturday, there may be unusual absences and gaps in the coaching staff. The positive test for COVID-19 that was conducted on the coaching staff and closed team facilities on Tuesday has had a huge impact on coaches' ability to work or stand on the sidelines this week.
NFL.com's Ian Rapoport tweeted the crux of the problem, which several other outlets confirmed Wednesday morning. Availability seems to be a real pressing issue for Lions trainers:
Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press adds this note to the chaotic situation.
It is not known which coaches were specifically affected or who tested positive, but uncertainty casts a long shadow over preparation for the buccaneers. Stay tuned for information on the availability of coaches for the unusual Saturday game.
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