FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — The Broncos- Patriots sport which was rescheduled to Monday is currently being transferred to next Sunday following the Patriots had one brand new positive evaluation for the coronavirus Sunday morning, sources told ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
The Patriots were to be on bye in Week 6 months, although the Broncos were assumed to play with Miami. The Dolphins-Broncos game has been rescheduled.
Besides the one positive evaluation, other Patriots evaluations were adverse Sunday morning, a source informed Schefter.
Broncos running Melvin Gordon and security Justin Simmons voiced their displeasure on Twitter:
Simmons wrote: “Accidents in an all-time high and our bye week has been burnt with clinics “
“And in a bizarre way, I am rather happy to find a number of the stuff happen. Since you determine who the whiners are, that the bitchers are, and that can not manage adversity. And I am gonna attempt hard the Denver Broncos do not fall into any of these categories.”
The NFL closed down the Patriots’ center Sunday morning for the third time in 10 times while additional testing is conducted, sources informed Schefter and ESPN’s, Field Yates.
The Patriots had reopened their center and held a clinic Saturday after the center was closed Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday.
Newton’s positive test came back to Oct. 3, which was once the Patriots were scheduled to go to Kansas City for a match against the Chiefs that the following moment. However, the facility was closed down, and coaches and players were shipped home.
The match has been moved to Monday, along with the Patriots traveled this afternoon. Veteran cornerback Jason McCourty contested whether the NFL has been placing the group’s safety, implying perhaps the match ought to have been postponed.
He had been a part of a bunch of close connections to Newton who flew to a different plane to Kansas City. Murray was set on the reserve/COVID-19 record the afternoon before.
The Patriots had three consecutive days with no positive test result before Sunday’s shutdown.