The NFL has witnessed two games now be postponed due to concerns surrounding COVID-19, leading them to decipher their best course of action moving forward.
According to a report from ProFootballTalk’s Mike Florio, the league is open to sheltering teams in hotels for the rest of the season.
On Saturday morning, news broke of Cam Newton testing positive for COVID-19 for the New England Patriots. Besides Newton, Jordan Ta’amu of the Kansas City Chiefs also produced a positive test, prompting the NFL to postpone the game between the Patriots and Chiefs to a later date.
Of course, this isn’t the first COVID-19 situation the NFL had to deal with throughout this week. Following their contest against the Minnesota Vikings in Week 3, the Tennessee Titans had multiple players and staff members test positive.
Similar to the Patriots and Chiefs game, the league pushed the game back, with the idea of