MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. — The Miami Dolphins won't play the Denver Broncos next weekend.
Miami was originally scheduled to play at Denver on Oct. 18, but the Broncos will instead play the New England Patriots.
The NFL moved the game after another Patriots player tested positive for COVID-19.
Remaining 2020 Schedule
|Oct. 11||at San Francisco 49ers||Levi's Stadium|
|Oct. 18||New York Jets||Hard Rock Stadium|
|Nov. 1||Los Angeles Rams||Hard Rock Stadium|
|Nov. 8||at Arizona Cardinals||University of Phoenix Stadium|
|Nov. 15||Los Angeles Chargers||Hard Rock Stadium|
|Nov. 22||at Denver Broncos||Empower Field at Mile High|
|Nov. 29||at New York Jets||MetLife Stadium|
|Dec. 6||Cincinnati Bengals||Hard Rock Stadium|
|Dec. 13||Kansas City Chiefs||Hard Rock Stadium|
|Dec. 20||New England Patriots||Hard Rock Stadium|
|Dec. 26-27 (TBD)||at Las Vegas Raiders||Allegiant Stadium|
|Jan. 3||at Buffalo Bills||New Era Field|
Because the Broncos will travel to New England on Oct. 18, the Dolphins will now host the New York Jets, originally scheduled for Nov. 15, that day.
Miami's game against the Broncos has been moved to Nov. 22.
The Dolphins will now have their bye week on the final Sunday of October.
Last but not least, Miami's home game against the Los Angeles Chargers will now come sooner than expected. That game will be played Nov. 15.
Miami was one of eight NFL teams to have its schedules shuffled as a result of New England's coronavirus outbreak.