The situation of Tennessee Titans with COVID-19 it is delicate. The Nasville franchise has been the most affected by the pandemic so far, reaching up to 22 positives among the squad and staff. Now the team is back in the media eye for alleged clandestine training after the closure of its workplace. The NFL it’s on the case.
Have been difficult days for Tennessee Titans. The southern franchise was hit by the coronavirus in the last days of September, and the NFL, after the progressive growth of infections, took action. The match against the Pittsburg Steelers last date was suspended, and they ordered the temporary closure of the team’s training ground.
Everything seemed to be going under the health plans, until images of an alleged clandestine training of the Titans. The team reportedly trained on the court at Montgomery Bell Academy School. The information would have been leaked to the press thanks to a school worker. He notified about unauthorized work on the football campus.
The training in question would have been organized by the players themselves. The Tennessee coach, after everything was uncovered in the NFL, assured that the franchise has asked the players to remain isolated. “We have asked our players in light of recent trials not to meet. Either it is league protocol or we ask to avoid close contact, “said Mike Vrabel.
The NFL will take action on the matter
Despite the fact that the franchise has ensured that the corresponding protocols are maintained after the call for attention, the NFL has sent emissaries to Nashville to keep a close eye on the situation with the southern team. Sources from the United States report that the league values strong sanctions, which can range from game losses to blocking of draft 2021 teams. News is expected in the coming days.