The Indianapolis Colts will reopen their training facility on Friday after a re-test of four people for COVID-19 confirmed it was negative, the team announced.
The team closed its site on Friday morning after initial positive tests. One player and three employees took part in them, sources told Adam Shefter from ESPN. .
Indianapolis should have a home game on Sunday against Cincinnati Bengals (13:00 ET).
“After consulting with the NFL and chief medical officer Dr. Alan Sils, the team will open the training facility this afternoon under the league’s intensive protocol and will continue preparations for Sunday’s game against Cincinnati,” the team said in a statement.
The Atlanta Falcons closed Thursday after a second COVID-1
This report uses information from the Associated Press.