COVID-19 forces to reschedule the Broncos – Patriots game.
The Monday night football of the NFL is rescheduled. Next Sunday is the new schedule for the Broncos – Patriots game. Due to a positive test report of COVID-19 last Sunday, Monday night football is rescheduled and moved to next Sunday.
Besides this, it was previously scheduled that week 6 is the bye week for New England Patriots, while the Denver Broncos was scheduled to play against the Dolphins. This game is also rescheduled.
According to the source, all the test of Patriots was found negative except one. Due to this only positive test report, the Broncos-Patriots game is rescheduled.
All the facility of Patriots has been shut down by National Football League (NFL) last Sunday morning and this was the third time in the last ten days. One of the sources told that information to Field Yates and Schefter of ESPN.
Cam Newton and Stephon Gilmore, the quarterback of Patriots, and Bill Murray, the defensive tackle from the practice squad, are the reserve for the COVID-19.
Three back to back straight days for the New England Patriots where they don’t have any positive test result of coronavirus before the shutdown of Sunday.