Report: Fourth Patriots player test positive for COVID-19, game against Broncos indefinitely postponed

New England Patriots

FOXBORO, Mass. (WWLP) – A fourth player from the New England Patriots has tested positive for COVID-19 Sunday morning.

The report comes from ESPN’s Adam Schefter, who also said the Patriots building has been shut down while more testing occurs.

According to the Associated Press, the NFL has also indefinitely postponed their game against the Broncos that was schedule for Monday.

No date has officially been announced yet but NBC affiliate sports reporter Mike Klis believes the game will be moved to next Sunday, October 18th.

The fourth player has not been named but currently on the Patriots’ reserve list is Cam Newton, Stephon Gilmore and Bill Murray.

Stephon Gilmore tested positive last Wednesday, two days after the Patriots played their Monday night game against the Kansas City Chiefs.

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