Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott Tests Positive For Coronavirus: Report
Dallas Cowboys star running back has tested positive for coronavirus. Reportedly, he is one of at least two players on the NFL team that have tested positive for COVID-19.
The NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reports that Zeke’s agent, Rocky Arceneaux, confirmed the diagnosis. Elliott is feeling well despite the circumstances.
According to the Dallas Morning Star News, there are actually two players who have the coronavirus. The team hasn’t revealed who they are (it was Zeke’s agent who confirmed) and has declined to comment citing privacy issues.
Recently, NFL teams announced their would be safety protocoal enacted when their facilities do open. However, Prescott had been working out privately in the Dallas area with others that include his own quarterback Dak Prescott . This is where we mention that back in mid-April despite a quarantine.
And that’s not even considering the aforementioned workouts that made it online.
Lately, cases of the coronavirus have experienced a spike in Southern states, including Texas.
But wait, Zeke let off this cryptic tweet referring to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act which means you can’t just be putting people’s medical business out there.
This story is developing.