No positive coronavirus tests for Tennessee Titans, game vs. Buffalo Bills good to go, source says

Tuesday night's game between the Buffalo Bills and Tennessee Titans will proceed as scheduled after all of the Titans' coronavirus tests from Monday came back negative, a source told ESPN's Dan Graziano.

It marked the second straight day that the Titans had no new positive COVID-19 tests.

On Sunday, after two consecutive days of negative test results, a member of the Titans' team staff tested positive for the coronavirus.

The team temporarily closed its facility Sunday morning but later held a walk-through practice after receiving approval from the NFL. Tennessee also held a walk-through practice Monday.

The Titans have now received a total of 24 positive test results dating back to Sept. 24. Sunday's positive test result was the 11th for a staff member. A total of 13 players tested positive over that span.

The Titans removed offensive tackle Isaiah Wilson and defensive back Greg Mabin from the reserve/COVID-19 list Saturday and returned to their facility Saturday for the first time since Sept. 29.

Defensive lineman DaQuan Jones and long-snapper Beau Brinkley also were activated off the reserve/COVID-19 list Sunday.

The Titans (3-0) last played Sept. 27 because of their outbreak. They have already had a game with the Pittsburgh Steelers first postponed and then rescheduled to Oct. 25.

ESPN's Turron Davenport contributed to this report.