NFL announces no players tested positive for COVID-19 from Sept. 13-19

The NFL logo is on the goal post at Heinz Field before an NFL football game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Buffalo Bills in Pittsburgh. (Keith Srakocic/AP)

The NFL and NFL Players Association announced Tuesday that no players were positive for COVID-19 during the testing period from Sept. 13-19.

According to a joint statement from the league and players association, 36,664 tests were administered over that time to a total of 7,845 players and team personnel, with zero tests coming back positive among players and five confirmed positives among team personnel.

Those who test positive are immediately isolated, not permitted access club facilities, or to have direct contact with players or personnel, per league protocol.

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