The NFL is shutting down the New England Patriots‘ facility Sunday morning, marking the third shutdown there in 10 days, sources advised ESPN’s Adam Schefter and Subject Yates.
The Patriots are testing Sunday morning and awaiting additional path from the NFL, however the standing of Monday evening’s sport in opposition to the Denver Broncos is in query.
The Patriots’ sport vs. the Broncos was moved from Sunday to Monday at 5 p.m. ET as a part of an ESPN doubleheader, the NFL introduced Thursday.
The Patriots reopened their facility Saturday after having labored just about Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. A supply advised ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler that there have been no new optimistic checks from Friday’s testing, which marked a 3rd straight day that was the case.
Patriots quarterback Cam Newton and cornerback Stephon Gilmore did not follow Saturday. Newton, Gilmore and practice-squad defensive deal with Invoice Murray stay on the group’s reserve/COVID-19 record.