Now that the New York Jets know that Sunday’s Week 5 game against the Arizona Cardinals is still on, the matchup still represents an uphill climb back to respectability.
The Cardinals delayed their trip to the east coast for the game when they heard the report that a Jets player had reportedly tested positive for COVID-19. That turned out to be a false positive, and the Cardinals boarded their flight, albeit later than originally planned.
“As now, it’s business as usual,” coach Kliff Kingsbury told Arizona media Friday after practice. “We’re heading out today and getting ready to play on Sunday until told otherwise.”
The Cardinals come into the game looking to snap a two-game losing streak. They started the season with two impressive victories, and the proverbial thought was that they were turning the corner in their own rebuilding process.
The Arizona Cardinals are on the East Coast and still prepared to play Sunday against the New York Jets as planned, following some brief uncertainty Friday.
The Jets had a presumptive positive COVID-19 test Friday morning. Jets players and coaches were sent home to prepare virtually for the game, as the team followed league protocols for isolation, repeat testing and contact tracing.
“This evening, we received negative PCR COVID-19 test results for all players, coaches and personnel,” the Jets said in a statement Friday. “…We look forward to our game this Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals.”
Start the day smarter. Get all the news you need in your inbox each morning.
Well before the Jets got back the results from the follow-up round of testing, the Cardinals were operating as if their game would not be affected.
NEW YORK, Oct. 8, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Anchin, Block & Anchin LLP (“Anchin”), a leading accounting and advisory firm based in New York City, is proud to recognize Lami Ajibesin, Mela Garber and Terry Pissi for being awarded inclusion on Crain’s Notable Women in Accounting and Consulting list for 2020. “These three leaders demonstrate the highest- quality client service while also providing tremendous support internally to develop an inclusive company culture and mentor the next generation at Anchin,” said Managing Partner Russell Shinsky. Each of the three women have now been included on this Crain’s list twice — Lami and Terry in 2019, and Mela in 2018.
Olamide Ajibesin, CPA, MBA, is the Managing Director and Practice Leader of Anchin’s Transaction Advisory Services. Known for her passion for deals, Lami has executed more than 150 deals and advised on more than $10 billion worth of private
Olamide Ajibesin, CPA, MBA, is the Managing Director and Practice Leader of Anchin’s Transaction Advisory Services. Known for her passion for deals, Lami has executed more than 150 deals and advised on more than $10 billion worth of private equity, strategic investments and secondary transactions. Lami is also passionate about health & wellness and is a member of the Board of Trustees at The Brooklyn Hospital Center (TBHC). She is a board member of Equity Alliance, which promotes diversity in financial services, and is a member of the American Institute of CPAs, the Association for Corporate Growth and the Secured Finance Network. She is a frequent speaker and has been featured as an expert on topics such as IPOs, M&A, financial due diligence and private equity investments on Yahoo Finance, Cheddar TV and other major US media outlets.
As the Tax Leader of Anchin Private Client, and the Leader