Resource: New England Patriots’ Stephon Gilmore tests positive for COVID-19; No More Training for Staff

Patriots quarterback Cam Newton, who analyzed positive Saturday, also clinic squad defensive handle Bill Murray had been set on the group’s reserve/COVID-19 record. Being on the book list doesn’t signify a player tested positive for the coronavirus; it may also mean he’s been connected with somebody who has tested positive.

Gilmore, the NFL’s reigning Defensive Player of the Year, played every defensive snap in Monday night’s 26-10 loss into the Kansas City Chiefs in Arrowhead Stadium.

The staff took two airplanes to the match Monday, with a team of gamers that had the closest contact to Newton on a single airplane, and the remainder of the group on the opposite.

Gilmore was on the airplane of men and women who had contact with Newton, a source told ESPN.

Newton took to Twitter on Wednesday, stressing the significance of wearing a mask.

The Patriots have shut their soccer operations in Gillette Stadium, out of crucial personnel, together with strategies to manage everything on Wednesday, according to a source.

Following Monday’s game, Gilmore confessed how things changed for the group after Newton had tested positive.

“It is only a scenario we had to undergo, a great deal of testing,” he explained. “We needed to correct a lot. … After the afternoon we came out, fought as far as we could, but only came up a bit short.”

The group is scheduled to sponsor the Denver Broncos on Sunday at 4:25 p.m. ET.

NFL Network initially reported Gilmore’s positive evaluation.