Titans, Vikings shut down in-person activities after NFL's first Covid-19 outbreak

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Two days after they played in Minneapolis, the visitors came home with three positive tests, the NFL revealed.

Posted: Sep 29, 2020 10:41 AM

NBC News- Three players and five staffers with the Tennessee Titans tested positive for coronavirus, forcing two NFL teams off the practice field on Tuesday, the league and players union announced. Both the Titans and Minnesota Vikings, who played host this past Sunday in Minneapolis, "will suspend in-person club activities starting today," according to the joint statement.

The Titans are next scheduled to host to the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Vikings are supposed to take on the Houston Texas. Both games are set for 1 p.m. ET on Sunday. The statement did not make mention of the upcoming contests.
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