Several Cowboys And Texans Players Including Ezekiel Elliott Test Positive For Coronavirus

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Several Dallas Cowboys and Houston Texans players have reportedly tested positive for Coronavirus.

According to Ian Rapoport, none of the players were at their team facilities when they were possibly infected.

Cowboys star running back Ezekiel Elliott has been confirmed to be one of the players who tested positive.

According to TMZ, Elliott is doing well now after not “feeling great” initially.


We’re told Zeke got the positive test results within the past week — and though there was one day he wasn’t feeling great, he’s doing very well now.

The Cowboys released a brief message stating they would not release the names of other players infected.

Update: Pro Football Talk is reporting that only two Cowboys and two Texans players tested positive for Covid-19.

Via Pro Football Talk

Per a league source, two Cowboys and two Texans have tested positive. That’s four in all.

The number, of course, could increase. According to the source, one of the Texans players attended George Floyd’s funeral last week — along with a sizable delegation from the organization.