After sending all players and personnel home from the team facility due to a presumptive positive test Friday morning, the Jets announced Friday evening that all tests from players and staff have come back negative.
Sunday's matchup with the Arizona Cardinals, set for Sunday at 1 p.m. at MetLife Stadium, will be played as schedule.
"This evening, we received negative PCR COVID-19 test results for all players, coaches, and personnel," the Jets said in a statement. "Following a presumptive positive COVID-19 test and out of an abundance of caution to ensure everyone's health and safety, we sent all players and personnel home this morning."
"We also initiated all NFL mandated protocols including player isolation, subsequent testing, and contact tracing," the statement continued. "As we have thus far, we will continue to follow required health and safety protocols in the best interests of our coaches, players, staff and community. We look forward to our game this Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals."
A source told SNY NFL Insider Ralph Vacchiano earlier in the day that the Jets were having multiple players and coaches retested, and now we know that all tests have come back negative.