It was announced earlier this morning that the Browns were closing their facility after a positive COVID test:I'm told personnel at the Browns facility , including some players who had already reported for the day and coaches were recently told to leave and continue working from home until further notice, per source. It sounds like this won be a major event like we have seen other places:If contact tracing goes the right way, Browns probably will have split-squad practice indoors. Right now, facility closed and meetings held remotely after staff member tested positive. Same drill, different day. This is something to keep an eye on throughout the next couple of days. What we have seen recently is that these things are handled differently now than they were when the Titans had their outbreak back in October . The NFL is pushing forward with getting these games in on the week they are scheduled. They have re-done a ton of the schedule to make sure the game between the Ravens and Steelers, scheduled for this afternoon, is played as a part of week 12 - even if it is played almost a week after it was scheduled on the calendar . The rage towards teams going through these things has also subsided. Doug Farrar blocked half of Titans Twitter for calling him out for his ridiculous take that the Titans should be removed from the 2020 NFL season. I haven seen him say that about these other teams. . . of course how could I because I am blocked. . . Anyway, it doesn seem at this point that the Titans game is in jeopardy of getting moved from Sunday, but it something to watch.