A lot of these sports leagues are trying to promise safe practice facilities and games but this coronavirus doesn't seem to care about that. While many of the sports leagues are allowing players to opt out without penalty, some sports players are doing that. However, some others are continuing to move forward, taking that risk. Many players and staff members have been going through COVID-19 tests, but it looks like the Eagles coach Doug Pederson has tested positive for coronavirus. According to CBS Sports, he informed the team on Sunday night of the news, after a second positive test confirmed he had he virus. Pederson seems to be asymptomatic and is doing well, but of course, he still has to quarantine himself. And yes, the Eagles are following the NFL protocols, he can return after 10 days, or two negative tests in 5 days, but definitely, Pederson can't be around the team.