With a bubbled NFL all but impossible, we figured at some point this season that some sort of outbreak would occur within an organization with a football season being played during a pandemic, and now we have it.
News broke Tuesday morning that the Tennessee titans had three players and five other personnel test positive for COVID-19. As a result, in-person operations for the team have been suspended and the facility has been shut down. Due to the Titans having just played against the Vikings, Minnesota followed suit with the same measures as a precaution.
The players and personnel whom tested positive will quarantine, while anyone who was in close contact with them for extended period of times must test negative before re-joining team activities.