No positive COVID-19 tests allow Patriots, Titans, Jets to work in-person
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — The Tennessee Titans and the New England Patriots had no positive COVID-19 tests Saturday, and both teams are getting back into their facilities.
Meanwhile, the Jets scheduled a walk-through at their facility on Saturday. All players and coaches tested negative for COVID-19 after being sent home from their training facility Friday because of a presumptive positive coronavirus test for one player.
The Jets game Sunday against Arizona will be played on time. The Titans are scheduled to play Buffalo on Tuesday night, with the Patriots hosting Denver on Monday.
The Titans will be returning for the first time since the NFL closed them down Sept. 29, while the Patriots had worked remotely the past three days.
The Titans now have had no positive test results four of the past six days.
The Titans are scheduled to play Buffalo on Tuesday night, with the Patriots hosting Denver on Monday.