The Tennessee Titans and Minnesota Vikings suspended in-person club activities after eight people with the organization tested positive for COVID-19. The two teams faced each other this past Sunday (the Titans won the game, 31-30). As of Tuesday morning, no members of the Vikings organization had tested positive.
- So far, three players and five staff members with the Titans have tested positive. All were asymptomatic as of Tuesday morning.
- Tennessee has said they will keep their facilities closed through Saturday.
- The Titans are scheduled to host the Pittsburgh Steelers this Sunday, while the Vikings will face the Houston Texans.
- The NFL hasn't made any announcements about the status of these games. However, contingency plans are being made.
- This is the first outbreak of COVID-19 among any team since the NFL regular season started on Sept. 10.