By John Sigler | Saintswire
The New Orleans Saints have been testing players for COVID-19 coronavirus infections daily, but they have not returned any positive tests since the first wave of rookies arrived on July 27. Players must test negative twice before they will be allowed to enter the team practice facility, and while it’s early, it appears that Saints players have done a great job protecting themselves and their families during the long offseason.
While the Saints have seen just two players opt out of the 2020 season (backup tight ends Cole Wick and Jason Vander Laan), they have not had to designate anyone to the NFL’s Reserve/COVID-19 list because of an infection. They’re one of a handful of teams to not do so, including the Patriots, Texans, Chargers, Panthers, Cardinals, and Seahawks. ...
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