By John Sigler | Saintswire
Professional sports have tried to resume something looking like normalcy during the COVID-19 pandemic, and it’s tough to describe their results as anything but mixed. The NBA, WNBA, MLS and NHL have found success while housing teams in “bubble” campuses and holding games without fans.
On the other hand, the MLB has tried to make a go of it with all but one team playing in their home parks, relying on the honor system and trusting individuals to make smart decisions. Eight teams had games postponed this weekend due to an outbreak of infections.
So that leaves the NFL, where starting quarterbacks Matthew Stafford (Detroit Lions) and Gardner Minshew (Jacksonville Jaguars) are both sidelined after testing positive for infections. Nearly 50 players leaguewide have entered the league’s COVID-19 protocol, though none of them are members of the New Orleans Saints. ...
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