Indianapolis Colts announce several positive COVID-19 tests

Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow gives a fist bump to center Trey Hopkins prior to an NFL football game Sunday Oct. 11 2020 in Baltimore

Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow gives a fist bump to center Trey Hopkins prior to an NFL football game Sunday Oct. 11 2020 in Baltimore

More COVID problems in the National Football League - the Indianapolis Colts say "several" members of the organization tested positive Friday.so they're shutting down the team facility.

The NFL could have another COVID-19 outbreak on their hands, this one in Indianapolis. Or will we have our next Titans situation and the team will have to shut down for a spell after a rash of positive tests?

The Colts are now scheduled to play the Cincinnati Bengals at 1 p.m. on Sunday. "The team is now in the process of confirming those tests".

Indy is the second team in as many days to close its facility after recording COVID-19 positives following the Atlanta Falcons on Thursday. "We are in communication with the National Football League and will have more information when available". Friday's news could certainly put that game in jeopardy, potentially forcing the National Football League to make it the latest game to be postponed.

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The New England Patriots and Minnesota Vikings have also worked remotely due to COVID-19 issues.

The Colts are the latest team to go through the process of gathering the information to determine their next move.

The tests are the first positives returned by the Colts since Covid-19 testing by National Football League clubs began in July.

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