Indianapolis Colts announce initial positive COVID-19 test for re-negative test on four people

The Indianapolis Colts will resume their practice facility on Friday after four individuals were re-tested for COVID-19, TV announced.

The team shut down their facility on Friday morning after initial positive tests. That included one player and three staff members, sources told ESPN’s Adam Schaefter. .

Indianapolis will host a home game against the Cincinnati Bengals (1 p.m. ET) on Sunday.

The team’s statement said the NFL and Chief Medical Officer Dr. After consulting with Alan Seals, the team will open a practice facility this afternoon under the league’s intensive protocol and continue preparations for Sunday’s game against Cincinnati, ”the team said in a statement.

The Atlanta Falcons shut down their facility on Thursday after a second positive test for COVID-19, the Tennessee Titans played Tuesday following a 16-day layoff due to an outbreak, and the New England Patriots twice postponed the original Week 5 match against Denver after four positive Coronavirus by players. . They are set to play Sunday.

Information from the Associated Press was used in this report.