FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — The NFL Closed down the New England Patriots’ Center Sunday morning for the third time in 10 times, sources told ESPN’s Adam Schefter and Field Yates, Placing the Standing of Monday’s home game against the Denver Broncos in Query.
The Patriots had one new positive evaluation for the coronavirus Sunday morning, a source informed Schefter, along with their construction is currently shut down while additional testing is conducted.
The NFL still intends to play with the Broncos-Patriots match Monday, a source told ESPN.
The Patriots had reopened their center and held a clinic Saturday after having been shut Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday.
Newton’s positive test came back Saturday, Oct. 3, that 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 was placing the group’s security first by not postponing the match.
He had been a part of a bunch of close connections to Newton who flew to another plane to Kansas City. Murray, the clinic team defensive tackle, was set on the reserve/COVID-19 record the afternoon before.
The Patriots had three consecutive times of negative evaluations before Sunday’s shutdown.