The Carolina Panthers have shut down their facility and are instructing players and coaches to work remotely ahead of Sunday's game against the New Orleans Saints, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.
Schefter reported the decision came down after an identified member of the organization tested positive for coronavirus. The test is being rerun.
Sunday's game in New Orleans will be the first game back in the Superdome for Panthers starting quarterback Teddy Bridgewater after he left the Saints this offseason.
The Saints (3-2) are one game behind the first-place Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the...