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Sport Report: Two Arizona Cardinals players test positive for COVID-19

15:30  02 november  2020
15:30  02 november  2020 Source:   usatoday.com

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The Cardinals aren’t playing Sunday because they’re on their bye week, but players were still getting COVID - 19 tests this weekend per They include remote meetings and wearing masks during practice. Two Cardinals players tested positive for COVID - 19 originally appeared on Pro Football Talk.

The Cardinals had two players test positive for the virus over the weekend, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network tweets. Luckily for the Cardinals , they We don’t have word yet on who the players are, but we’ll be sure to pass that along whenever they're revealed. The Cardinals , who have gotten off to an

Two Arizona Cardinals players tested positive for COVID-19 this weekend, according to reports by NFL Media.

The identities of the players are not immediately known.

The Cardinals, who did not play in Week 8, closed their facility on Sunday and had it thoroughly cleaned, Garafolo reported. If the team can practice as scheduled Monday, it likely will be done under heavy protocols that include remote meetings and players wearing masks on the field.

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The team still plans to play on Saturday night in Milwaukee if all remaining tests are negative.

They have had 7 players and 6 staffers test positive . Several media reports claim that at least a few players were seen gambling at a casino recently.

The Cardinals (5-2) are scheduled to host the Dolphins (4-3) this coming Sunday at State Farm Stadium.

Arizona previously has had only one player land on the NFL’s reserve/COVID-19 list. It was wide receiver KeeSean Johnson was placed on the list two days before the team’s season opener at the 49ers. He’s appeared in just two games since, catching three passes for 29 yards.

Players who go on the COVID-19 list have either tested positive for the virus or it has been determined they had been in close contact with someone who has recently tested positive. NFL teams are prohibited from publicly announcing either designation.

Cardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury is scheduled to meet with reporters via Zoom on Monday morning at 9 a.m. ET

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A three-game series between the St. Louis Cardinals and Chicago Cubs has been postponed after two players and a staff member from the Cardinals tested positive for the novel coronavirus during the past two days.

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