The Buffalo Bills-Tennessee Titans match on Tuesday night will proceed as planned after all Titans coronavirus tests from Monday have returned negative, sources told ESPN’s Dan Graziano.
It was the second consecutive day that Titans did not receive a new positive COVID-19 test.
On Sunday, members of the Titans team staff tested positive for the coronavirus after two consecutive days of negative test results.
The team temporarily closed the facility on Sunday morning, but practiced a walkthrough after receiving NFL approval. Tennessee also practiced a walkthrough on Monday.
The Titans have now received a total of 24 positive test results by September 24th. The positive test result on Sunday was the 11th for the staff. A total of 13 players were positive in that span.
The Titans (3-0) last played on September 27th due to its outbreak. They have already postponed the match against the Pittsburgh Steelers first and then rescheduled it on October 25th.
ESPN’s Turron Davenport contributed to this report.
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