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Here’s how the NFL is handling the Covid-19 pandemic

Yahoo Finance’s Dan Roberts weighs in on how the NFL is responding to players who tested positive for Covid-19.

Video Transcript

ADAM SHAPIRO: Dan Roberts, NFL is getting COVID and smacked, but there might be some good news for the Colts?

DAN ROBERTS: Yeah, both the Colts' positives, Adam, that were reported have now have come back as false positives. Same with the reported personnel positive on the Falcons.

So look, the larger story here is that every time we see one of these tweets from NFL reporters saying another player has tested positive or another team has a positive case and they have to shut down their facility, everyone says, oh my god, you know, this season is in big trouble.

It hasn't been. And in fact, fewer than 20 players overall have tested positive. Nothing is really going to stop this NFL season. They expected there to be cases. They isolated the cases when they have positives.