Following their dramatic win over the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday, the Tennessee Titans’ 2020 season has taken a turn for the worse. Immediately after their game with the Vikings, they became the NFL’s first team with a coronavirus outbreak. Here is how the Covid-19 outbreak has gone down so far:

(Most recent updates appear at the top of this post)

TITANS CASES RISE TO 18, BILLS GAME IN JEOPARDY

The total number of cases for the Titans rise to 18 after a player and two staff members test positive for COVID. At least one Tennessee Titans member has tested positive everyday this week.

TITANS – STEELERS POSTPONED UNTIL LATER IN SEASON

The NFL officially postponed the week four matchup between the Titans and Steelers after an additional player and personnel member tested positive for the coronavirus.

KAMALEI CORREA ADDED TO COVID-19/RESERVE LIST

The Titans officially placed outside linebacker Kamalei Correa to the COVID-19/Reserve list, which means he is the fourth player that tested positive for the coronavirus.

GAME POSTPONED UNTIL MONDAY OR TUESDAY

The NFL announced on Wednesday morning that Titans’ showdown with the Pittsburgh Steelers will be postponed until Monday or Tuesday. This is one of the more intriguing contests of the week featuring two undefeated teams in the young NFL season.

ONE ADDITIONAL PLAYER TESTED POSITIVE FOR COVID

It was reported on Wednesday morning that an additional player has tested positive for the coronavirus. That brings the total for the Tennessee Titans up to four players who are positive for COVID, and five staff members.

 NFL SHUTS DOWN TITANS IN-PERSON ACTIVITIES

The NFL announced on Tuesday that they are shutting down all in-person operations for Tennessee Titans and Minnesota Vikings after three players and five staff members have tested positive for COVID.

THREE PLAYERS, FIVE STAFF MEMBERS TEST POSITIVE FOR COVID

Following the win over the Vikings, the NFL confirmed a number of positive COVID cases among the Titans organization. It was confirmed as the first outbreak in the NFL. Titans defensive tackle DaQuan Jones, long snapper Beau Brinkley, and practice squad tight end Tommy Hudson were the three players positive.

TITANS ANNOUNCE SHANE BOWEN DID NOT TRAVEL WITH TEAM DUE TO COVID PROTOCOL

The Tennessee Titans confirmed following their game with the Vikings that defensive-playcaller Shane Bowen did not travel to Minnesota and was placed in the COVID protocol. Mike Vrabel was the defensive play-caller on Sunday versus Minnesota.

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