Source: New York Jets players, coaches sent home after positive COVID-19 test

The New York Jets had a positive COVID-19 test for a player and sent all their players and coaches home Friday, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.

The Jets player who tested positive has been retested, and results should be known at some point Friday, a source told ESPN's Rich Cimini. Players were in the building on Friday morning when the team became aware, and everyone was sent home immediately as the facility was shut down.

Jets players and coaches will conduct their meetings virtually on Friday.

The Jets (0-4) are scheduled to host the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday.

The Cardinals' team plane flew to New Jersey on Friday night.

"All plans are the same until someone tells us to change," Cardinals general manager Steve Keim told Arizona Sports 98.7 FM earlier in the day. "So we'll fly out [Friday] and ... hopefully play on Sunday."