The Indianapolis Colts team will reopen their practice on Friday after a re-test of four people on COVID-19 confirmed that they are negative, the team announced.
The team closed its facility on Friday morning after initial positive tests. They involved one player and three employees, said Adam Shefter from ESPN. .
The home game against Cincinnati Bengals is scheduled for Sunday in Indianapolis (13:00 ET).
“After consulting with the NFL and Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Allen Sills, the team will open a practice facility this afternoon under intensive league protocol and continue preparations for Sunday’s game against Cincinnati,” the team said in a statement.
The Atlanta Falcons closed Thursday after a second positive COVID-19 test, the Titans of Tennessee played on Tuesday after a 16-day release due to a flash, and the Patriots of New England twice postponed the week 5 game against Denver. “Four positive tests for coronavirus by players. They are ready to play on Sunday.
This report used information from the Associated Press.