The situation of the team is worrying two weeks from the start of the National Football League season on September 9.
With the start of the 2021-2022 season of the National Football League just around the corner this Thursday the Tennessee Titans confirmed a news that leaves them in a difficult situation for September 12 when the curtain of the campaign opens with their confrontation against the Arizona cardinals.
Despite having left good impressions in his first two preseason commitments in which he beat the Atlanta Falcons (23-3) and Tampa Bay Buccaneers (34-3), the Titans that this Saturday will face Chicago Bears, they could be in trouble heading into the next season.
After finishing last season with a record of 11 wins by 5 losses in the South Division of the American Conference and falling in the round for the Wild Card against the Baltimore Ravens (20-13), the Tennessee Titans are candidates to get back into the postseason of the NFL.
However, those plans could be touched, at least in the beginning of the season after this Thursday the Tennessee Titans confirmed that there is an outbreak of COVID-19 in the team in which so far there are nine infected with the virus including the head coach, Mike brabel.
According to a report by ESPN journalist Adam Schefter, the most recent to be included in the health protocol of the NFL they were the quarterback Ryan tannhilas well as tight end Geoff swaim and the linebacker Justin March-Lillard, with which the contagions in the team continue to increase.
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