TEMPE, Ariz. — The Arizona Cardinals have had three positive COVID-19 tests this week, a source advised ESPN NFL insider Dan Graziano on Thursday, placing the staff one positive check away from going into intensive protocols.
That would imply extra testing for a number of gamers and personnel.
Cardinals linebacker Chandler Jones was placed on the reserve/COVID-19 listing Tuesday due to a positive check. On Wednesday, coach Kliff Kingsbury stated Jones was symptomatic.
Since he is vaccinated, to ensure that Jones to return to the Cardinals, he must have two unfavourable tests 24 hours aside and be asymptomatic for 48 hours.
“Guys just try to mask up and we have the test to make sure that guys are good to go,” proper deal with Kelvin Beachum stated. “We just try to do everything to make sure we’re safe. It’s unfortunate to have somebody of his caliber test positive at this junction in the season, having the type of season that he’s having, but as a team we’ve just got to find a way to stay safe and make sure that we don’t have any spreading going on in the locker room and in the building.”