Tennessee Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill has been placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list.
Per the NFL protocol Tannehill will miss five to 10 days based on how quickly he can produce two negative COVID-19 test in a 48-hour period. Even with a full 10-day quarantine Tannehill would be cleared about a week before the September 12th regular season opener vs the Cardinals.
Tannehill told the media at the beginning of training camp he was “in the process of getting vaccinated” when camp started.
Tight end Geoff Swaim and linebacker Justin March-Lillard were placed on the reserve list Thursday along with Tannehill. Defensive tackle Anthony Rush, running back Jeremy McNichols and linebackers Nick Dzubnar and Harold Landry are also currently on the COVID-19 reserve list. Head Coach Mike Vrabel announced Sunday he had tested positive
Titans General Manager Jon Robinson, who noted that the Titans are approximately 97-98% vaccinated. Said the organization is following protocols “Our medical team has done an outstanding job with talking to the league and the players, coaches. “We’ve followed the protocols.”
Three Titans had dinner with Bucs Kicker Ryan Succop, who tested positive Monday, during join practices in Tampa last week, however none of those players have tested positive for COVID-19.