Washington Football Team owner Dan Snyder and his wife, Tanya, will miss Sunday's game after coming in contact with someone who tested positive for the coronavirus, team physician Anthony Casolaro said in a statement.
Both Snyders have tested negative but are following Casolaro's recommendation to quarantine as a precaution.
"Although the Snyders will not be present at today's game in Arizona against the Cardinals, the health and safety of those with whom they may come into contact is paramount," Casolaro said. "They will be with the team in spirit, watching the game from home and rooting for a Washington victory."
The Snyders were exposed to the virus by a longtime friend and are quarantining out of an abundance of caution.
Washington has been one of the most cautious organizations when it comes to coronavirus. The team was the first team to pull scouts off the road in the spring and among the first to close down its building to staff workers. Fans will not be allowed at games this season.