REPORT: Titans Broke COVID-19 Protocols And Held Workouts While Team Facility Was Closed

This is a bad look for the Tennessee Titans.

Following a team-wide outbreak that resulted in a whopping 19 positive COVID-19 tests from the Tennessee Titans, the organization closed down their facility and had players quarantine as they tried to contract trace and control the spread of the virus amongst their team.

Despite the shutdown, a group of Titans broke protocols and were spotted working out at a high school in Nashville.

Per Paul Kuharsky’s report:

A league source said that once the Titans building was closed down on Sept. 29, the franchise was told there were to be “no in-person meetings, workouts or activities at the facility or elsewhere.”

Students at the private school saw a large group of adult football players they identified as Titans working out on the school’s field during classes in the middle of the day. Another source said he saw Ryan Tannehill there.

Here are some photos:

The Titans were expected to reopen their facility today and begin preparation for their Week 5 game against the Buffalo Bills. Instead, the Titans had two players test positive and the facility will stay closed.

The NFL and NFLPA has already announced they are investigating to see whether the Titans did break protocols.