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Image  Seahawks’ Carroll Test Positve for COVID-19 – Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll has tested positive for COVID-19 and is experiencing mild symptoms while at home, the team announced on Monday. According to the Seahawks’ statement, Carroll tested positive on Sunday, which was a day off for players. He’s remaining at home and is in communication with his coaching staff with the plan to participate in team meetings virtually until he returns to the facility. In March, the NFL and its players’ union suspended the COVID-19 protocols that had been in place the past two seasons. CDC guidelines, which the league is now following, state that an individual who tests positive for COVID-19 or experiences symptoms should isolate for at least five days. Carroll, the NFL’s oldest head coach at age 70, is fully vaccinated. Read more at:  (Brady Henderson/ESPN)


  AP22203745003803.jpg Cardinals QB Murray Test Positive for COVID-19 – Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray has tested positive for COVID-19 and is expected to miss a minimum of five days unless he tests negative sooner, coach Kliff Kingsbury said Monday.  Murray’s symptoms were “minor,” said Kingsbury, who had just texted with Murray but hadn’t talked to him since his positive test. Murray felt “really poor” with cold-like symptoms before taking a test. Murray can return to the field sooner than five days if he tests negative, Kingsbury said. Read more at:  (Josh Weinfuss/ESPN)

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