NFL postpones Broncos-Patriots game postponed indefinitely

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - The NFL has indefinitely postponed the Denver-New England game due to another positive coronavirus test with the Patriots.
The game originally planned for Sunday had been postponed to Monday evening.
A person familiar with the situation says the Patriots closed their facility after testing positive, while the Tennessee Titans announced they closed their facility on Sunday morning after an employee tested positive.
The latest result also jeopardizes the Titans' game with Buffalo (4-0), which is scheduled for Tuesday evening after Sunday's change. Six games have already been postponed as the league is in the fifth week of the schedule.
There were no other positive COVID-19 tests on Sunday.
The NFL has postponed the game in New England for a second straight week after reigning NFL Defensive Player of the Year, Stephon Gilmore, tested positive. That latest positive result brings the outbreak to four, according to the person who spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity as none of the teams released the latest results.
"We haven't trained all week and they canceled our game," wrote Melvin Gordon on Twitter on Sunday morning.
Well, no, it's not canceled. But when Broncos Patriots will be played is uncertain.
The Titans last played on September 27th due to an eruption that has now hit 24. They already had a game with Pittsburgh that was first postponed and then postponed to October 25th. They sent a statement stating that they had learned that an employee tested positive.
"We have temporarily closed our facility and will be in touch with the league as we take next steps," said the Titans.
The bears also had a problem when they moved offensive lineman Badara Traore from their training team to the reserve / COVID-19 list on Saturday.
The Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill addressed the uncertainty of the situation on Saturday.
"It sure was a roller coaster," he said. "In any case, the fact that we had men with no symptoms who tested positive and we had people with full-blown symptoms who tested negative for several days in a row was really eye opening. Just the fact that we really don't know .
“So we have to treat everyone as if they had the virus. Unfortunately, from everything we've been through in the past week and a half, we've likely lost confidence in the test system. However, we have said from the start that tests do not prevent the spread of the virus, but that we deal with all protocols, including outside the building. "
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Wilner reported this story from New York.
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