NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — The Tennessee Titans did not have any new positive COVID-19 tests on Monday morning, NewsChannel 5 has learned.
After several turbulent days of positive tests within the organization, the team facility reopened on Saturday. Monday is the third day in the last 12 days the team saw no positive tests.
Source confirms the #Titans had no new positive tests Monday morning from Sunday’s batch of testing. Team will be on practice field again today and is on track to play #BillsMafia Tuesday at 6pm on @NC5. 🙌— Steve Layman (@SteveLayman) October 12, 2020
On Sunday, after two consecutive days with no positive tests, a staff member tested positive, prompting St. Thomas Sports Park to close again. However, the NFL allowed the Titans to hold a workout at the facility late Sunday afternoon for about two hours with a limited number of players, coaches and support staff in attendance. The staff member who tested positive on Sunday was isolated.
The team is still on track to play the Buffalo Bills at Nissan Stadium on Tuesday night. This will be the first time fans can return to the stadium for a Titans game. Nissan Stadium as already welcomed back fans for Nashville SC games.