The Tennessee Titans have at least one more day to see if the team's coronavirus outbreak is under control before their game with the Steelers is rescheduled for Monday or Tuesday.

Only one new positive test result came back Wednesday, a day after the Titans had three players and five team personnel test positive for COVID-19. More daily test results are upcoming.

The league announced the postponement from Sunday afternoon on Wednesday.

The Titans hope to be allowed back inside their facility Saturday, though coach Mike Vrabel said that could happen before then or later. The Titans now are preparing to play as early as Monday. Vrabel said he's confident the NFL will allow them some time to practice before the game.

"We've worked on short weeks before," Vrabel said. "We've played three games in 13 days. I'm sure the other teams that we played before had a few extra days of practice. And so it'll be important that the time that we do get to spend practicing, we take advantage of it."

Outside linebackers coach Shane Bowen was the first to test positive, with the Titans learning Saturday of his results. He didn't make the trip to Minnesota, where Tennessee won 31-30.

On Tuesday, the Titans placed three players on the reserve/COVID-19 list, including defensive captain and lineman DaQuan Jones and long snapper Beau Brinkley. Outside linebacker Kamalei Correa became the fourth on that list Wednesday.

Vrabel did not identify the five personnel who also tested positive, saying only that he was not among that group. The Titans coach said some of those who tested positive are experiencing "flu-like symptoms" and anticipate they will feel better shortly.

The league's infectious disease experts have been helping the Titans track down anyone in contact with those who tested positive.

The Titans also have evaluated all of the protocols and how they've handled meetings and social distancing. Vrabel said he and General Manager Jon Robinson already had taken steps Monday to severely limit who had access to the team's headquarters this week before the NFL decision to close the building.

"We want to make sure that we're doing everything we can to make the players safe and that this doesn't happen again," Vrabel said.

Now the Titans must prepare virtually until they can hit the practice field for a game against the Steelers pitting two of the NFL's seven undefeated teams.

Vrabel said they held a team meeting virtually Wednesday morning and he showed the Titans video of Pittsburgh. Players had meetings with their position coaches -- all through video conference calls.

With only a practice and a walk-through possible before kickoff, the Titans will be preparing virtually for the Steelers to make sure they're all on the same page. Pittsburgh has a league-high 15 sacks, so paying attention and talking on those Zoom calls will be crucial.

Players with injuries still can receive treatment at the Titans' facility, with visits to the training room staggered.