The training facility was shut down a few days later. On Saturday, Tennessee quarterback Ryan Tannehill had a very odd message regarding the NFL's COVID-19 testing.
National Football League owners are scheduled to meet remotely Tuesday and Wednesday.
Kansas City's game at Buffalo, which was supposed to be played Thursday night, has been moved back to Monday, Oct. 19. Both of those games are in jeopardy of being moved again.
Now with another member of the Titans staff testing positive for Sunday, Tuesday's game is in doubt.
The Titans' flow of positive tests was not sudden.
The team is still on track to play the Buffalo Bills at Nissan Stadium on Tuesday night.
New England shut down its facility Sunday morning following a fourth positive test in the last eight days. The Patriots are in a similar spot, and the ripple effect has created a scheduling quagmire across the league.
The Titans had no new positives from Sunday's round of COVID-19 testing, according to Tom Pelissero of NFL.com (on Twitter).
The Broncos and Patriots will take their byes in Week 5.
Meanwhile, the NFL and the NFL Players Association have added game-day coronavirus testing of players, coaches and selected team staff members to their testing protocol.
Belichick would not speculate upon the availability of Newton or Gilmore for Monday's game.
The Bears also had an issue, moving offensive lineman Badara Traore from their practice squad to the reserve/COVID-19 list on Saturday.
The undefeated Titans have not played since September 27 as a slew of positive tests among players and team personnel forced the postponement of their Week 3 game against Pittsburgh.