23 October 2020

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Dallas Cowboys' Ezekiel Elliott (21) kneels in the end zone before an NFL football game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Arlington, Texas, Sunday, Dec. 23, 2018. (AP Photo/Ron Jenkins)

Ezekiel Elliot one of many Cowboys and Texan players to test positive for COVID-19

Dallas Cowboy star running back  Ezekiel Elliott is just one of many players from the Cowboys and Texans that tested positive for Coronavirus. None of the players are believed to not have been in contact with their practice facility in recent days.

The other Cowboy players to test positive are unknown as Elliott’s agent was the only one who confirmed it with NFL Insider Ian Rapoport. Elliott is feeling fine along with the Texan players as they don’t appear to be sick and it doesn’t seem that any of the players contracted the virus from the team practice facility.

It is expected for all Texans and Cowboys players to be tested now and likely all players around the league. This will continue to be the story of the NFL for months considering the Pandemic high numbers. 

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As of now Dallas quarterback Dak Prescott is healthy and does not have the virus but Zeke and Prescott have been seen practicing with each other in recent weeks. In April Elliot and Prescott held a party with reportedly up to 30+ people which is something the Cowboys didn’t want to see considering they were not practicing social distancing. Prescott would go on to defend him and Elliot claiming there were less than 10 people in attendance for a dinner gathering.

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