In total, six coaches, a player and a nutritionist are infected and their status is in doubt for next week
The New Orleans Saints they had eight limbs of the organization they gave positive for COVID-19, leaving his status in doubt for next Sunday’s game against the Carolina Panthers, sources told Adam Schefter of ESPN.
The total figure includes six coaches, a player and a nutritionist, according to the source.
If they are asymptomatic, players and staff vaccinated they can come back when they give two negative tests 24 hours apart, according to the protocols of the NFL. Unvaccinated players and staff who test positive must be in isolation for at least 10 days.
The Saints They will publish their first practice participation report for Sunday’s game on Wednesday.
The head coach of the SaintsSean Payton said over the summer that the coaching staff and staff were 100 percent vaccinated.
The Saints they will play Sunday at 1:00 pm ET at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte. They played their home game in Week 1 at TIAA Bank Field in Jacksonville after being displaced due to the devastation caused by Hurricane Ida, defeating the Green Bay Packers 38-3.
The team is training at the TCU facility in Fort Worth, Texas.
Information from Mike Triplett was used in the writing of this note.