Party suspended! COVID-19 attacks the NFL


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Party suspended!  COVID-19 attacks the NFL

The pandemic continues to cause problems in the world of sports, and now the NFL it is affected by contagions. After 11 positives were confirmed on the campus and staff of Tennessee Titans, the league has decided to suspend the franchise’s meeting against the Pittsburg Steelers this Sunday Night Football of Week 4 of the regular phase.

Positios in Tennessee

Days ago, El Intra had reported that Tennessee Titans and Minnesota Vikings had been positive for coronavirus. For the moment, those of Nashville confirmed that DaQuan Jones, Kamalei Correa, Kamalei Correa and Tommy Hudson had tested positive, added to 5 members of the coaching staff of the franchise of the NFL. The situation was under scrutiny after the report.

Now the scene has changed. While waiting for it to be confirmed that the situation had been controlled, more positives have been confirmed in the Titans. As reported by the NFL moments ago, a player and a staff member were added to the infected list of the American football franchise. After this, the decision has been made to suspend the team’s next game.

NFL statement

“The decision to postpone the match was made to ensure the health and safety of players, coaches and staff on match day. The facilities of the Titans will remain closed and the team will continue without conducting face-to-face activities until further notice “says the statement issued by the NFL this Thursday, October 1.

The head coach of the Titans, Mike Vrabel spoke about the situation of his team. “I know there will be a lot of questions about the game, who is to blame and where it started. Nobody’s fault. We are in a pandemic. This is a very unfortunate situation, but we are confident that we can drive safely with the best for the football team and the players in mind. “


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