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NASHVILLE, Tenn. — After receiving zero positive tests for two consecutive days, the Tennessee Titans returned to their facility on Saturday.
A somewhat return to normalcy is a welcome break for the Titans, who experienced an outbreak and then the investigation into possible protocol and procedural violations launched by the NFL and NFL Players Association. According to coach Mike Vrabel, the Titans have fully cooperated and are awaiting the results.
“We’ve been completely transparent with the NFL/NFLPA during this process,” Vrabel said. “We’ve made every coach and player available. The league and the players’ association has spoken to every coach and player. We’re very confident in the way that we’ve handled that and have been in constant communication with them regarding how to get back into the building.”
Safety Kevin Byard, meanwhile, said he has been taking mental notes about critical comments being said about the Titans.
“I’ve been sitting at the house watching stuff from the media saying things about the team. We know we are still