NFL Week 6 will happen as planned, and no more positive test has been reported

There are no new positive cases in the last round of testing at the league level and all matches in the sixth week are going as planned.

This news comes after a week that witnessed many positive tests and the arrival of a number of players to the reserve list. There were new measures enacted this week where anyone with high risk and close exposure needs to separate themselves for at least five days, and these completely new procedures were put in place in the lead up to the sixth week.

On Saturday, the Atlanta Falcons defensive finish John Kominsky tested positive. Two of the Falcons’ defensive coaches, including Kominsky, were left at home for precautions before the team’s trip to Minnesota.

On Saturday it was also discovered that Curtis Modkins, the coach of back-back for Denver Bronco, had tested positive. Modkins was proactive once they discovered it was a high-risk condition and took appropriate measures before knowing positive test results.

The New England Patriots at the back put Sony Michel, defensive end Derek Rivers, and goalkeeper Chuck Mason on the reserve list as soon as they learned they were in close contact with an injured person. The same goes for Brandon Williams with a defensive tackle with the Baltimore Ravens as soon as he learns he’s in close contact.

Finally, Jacksonville Jaguars put their entire coaching team almost on the reserve list after a player from the coaching team tested positive.

After a feverish build-up to deal with the ongoing pandemic, the sixth week is coming to an end.

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