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Indianapolis Colts coach Frank Reich tests positive for COVID-19 despite being vaccinated

Indianapolis Colts coach Frank Reich has tested positive for COVID-19 despite being vaccinated. Since NFL personnel returned to work last month, four players and 13 staffers have tested positive for COVID despite being vaccinated, sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter. The league and the union are also at odds over the use of wristbands to identity unvaccinated players. The NFL is allowing clubs to make players wear bright-colored wristbands, which the NFLPA believes is unnecessary. Although Reich will be physically away from the Colts, he will still be involved in meetings through Zoom and will remain in contact with players and staff. The team is not going to name an interim coach. Special teams coordinator Bubba Ventrone will handle things in practice because he has more time, but he will get help from offensive coordinator Marcus Brady and defensive coordinator Matt Eberflus.

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