NFL To Investigate Titans Workouts

The NFL and the NFLPA will investigate the Titans’ unauthorized workouts, according to sources who spoke with Tom Pelissero of (on Twitter). Recently released pictures showed skill players holding an informal practice together at a local high school, but Pelissero hears that there were other in-person meetings in the midst of the team’s COVID-19 outbreak.

Hypothetically, the violates could lead to the forced forfeiture games. For now, that’s not under consideration, and the Titans’ upcoming game against the Bills is technically scheduled to go on as planned.

Things seemed to be trending upwards for the Titans and their situation. Tuesday marked their second straight day of zero positive tests, but they’ve since received two new positive tests among players. The identities of those players have not been disclosed, though wide receiver Corey Davis was placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list yesterday. Since September 24, the Titans (players and personnel) have received 23 positive test results in total.

The NFL’s latest memo indicates that teams could face six-figure fines, lose draft picks, or forfeit games for violating procedures. It remains to be seen how the NFL will handle the Titans, but their punishment is likely to be steep.

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