Tampa Bay Bucs fans are on serious edge.
On Sunday, Tennessee Titans coach Mike Vrabel announced that he has tested positive for COVID-19. The news comes after the Titans spent last week taking part in joint practices with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers before facing them in Week 2 of the preseason.
Fans quickly pointed out how much time he spent with Tom Brady as seen in the below photos.
Vrabel said he will get retested Monday. He is currently in quarantine and following protocols.
“What it comes down to is you have to have two negative tests within a 48-hour period,” Vrabel said. “If that happens then I can get back into the building. If not, I’ll have to wait 10 days.”
The Tampa Bay Bucs, who are currently waiting on contact tracing, would soon release a statement saying they were going to monitor the Covid situation on their team.
Bucs coach Bruce Arians said the team would be 92% vaccinated by Aug. 13 and he anticipated close to 100% vaccinated by the start of the regular season.
“I had a sore throat, little bit of an earache, so I went and got tested at the facility. I remained in my car until the results were in that I tested positive for COVID,” Vrabel said. “I took the first test and tested positive, then took a second test and tested positive. I got a PCR test done, which will come back tomorrow and most likely be positive.”