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NASHVILLE, Tenn. — A group of Tennessee Titans players held a workout at a Nashville school last week, a school official confirmed to ESPN.
Last Wednesday, one day after the Titans closed their facility amid a coronavirus outbreak in their organization, a group of players worked out at Montgomery Bell Academy, according to the school official.
The NFL and Titans informed players one day later that they were banned from any in-person gathering outside of team facilities.
Some Titans players had worked out at Montgomery Bell Academy in the past and have a relationship with MBA head coach Marty Euverard.
The school official said they weren’t aware of any restrictions by the NFL in place to prevent players from gathering.
Titans coach Mike Vrabel said Thursday that players were told not to hold any group workouts.
“We’ve asked our players in light of the recent tests to not gather,” Vrabel said. “Whether that’s a league protocol or us asking them so that we can just avoid close contacts,