. . Thousand Oaks, California. (AP) - Sean McVeigh was driving home from work Tuesday night when he received a phone call from Reggie Scott, director of sports medicine at Los Angeles Rams.. McVeigh said: "I had a funny hunch that this was our first positive COVID-19". In fact, the unidentified Ramez player tested positive on Monday, the first for the team to test positive since the start of the season. The team largely closed its training complex on Wednesday and conducted the work remotely, and three of the coaching team's players were isolated. The Rams (6-3) returned to work Thursday in preparation for their trip to Tampa Bay (7-3), but they did so under the strict protocols now required for the entire league.. . Emphasis is doubly placed on social distancing and protective gear, and reduced personal contact. This made McVeigh boil, Thursday, with frustration with the state of the world and its ineffectiveness in dealing with the Coronavirus pandemic. . "It's an important part of what we do, but I'm telling you, I hate it," McVeigh said of masks, face shields and the necessary distance during teaching sessions.. “It goes against everything I believe in and what I like about communicating with people, and being able to have that kind of interaction.. Hope this ends sooner rather than later, as it will make us bad callers. It will remove the essence of what is good from humans if we do not define this thing soon. This drives me crazy. After a long pause in his daily press conference, McVeigh is quick to pinpoint the source of his frustration. He said, "But I'll follow the protocols.". “I love all of it. I think he's smart. I do not question that. I'm wondering how crazy I am because of this because you can't interact with people, and. . .