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Topic - Deverick J. Anderson
"We don't know about the third one yet. We still need additional information about the specific MRSA that we're dealing with," Anderson said. "But we can actually definitely say that the first two cases were not related to each other."
"I can say that I believe it is a safe environment for players and staff," said Anderson, who toured the complex in August and also observed how the team practices after Nicks and Tynes were diagnosed in August.