Broncos running backs coach tests positive for coronavirus
ENGLEWOOD (AP) — Denver Broncos has tested positive for COVID-19 and will not join the squad on his journey to New England. Curtis Modkins will be in the context of Denver Broncos.
The Broncos announced early Saturday that they heard the diagnosis.
"Curtis is now homely and has no signs of self-isolation," said the squad.
"We assessed near interactions, handled the required treatment checks (no good COVID-19 results) and introduced additional health and safety interventions through NFL-NFLPA guidelines at the UCHealth Training Centre."
The Broncos said that the League Bureau and the Chief Medical Officer of the League, Dr. Allen Sills, have "daily contact" and team of medical personnel.
"To ensure the welfare of our players, rivals, and society we will take all appropriate measures," added the players.
The Bronco 's play in New England was first set for last weekend, but the game took two days, first a day, then seven times, following many instances of Patriots with coronaviruses, including Cam Newton and Stephon Gilmore, respectively.
On Friday the Broncos left Melvin Gordon in exercise because of a disease unrelated to the coronavirus, which coach Vic Fangio said.
Patriots postponed practice on Friday. James Ferentz, who reported to practice on Saturday, was put in reserve / COVID-19. This is the fifth event on the Patriots.
On Saturday the Bronco revealed that defensive liner Sylvester Williams and Jeremy Cox and linebacker Josh Watson were being added to the active roster.
They also released Blake Bortles who signed after the rotator mango sprayed in the right shoulder at week 2 by Drew Lock.
Luck is set to begin on Sunday.
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