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Many Dallas Cowboys and Houston Texans players tested positive for coronavirus

Many Dallas Cowboys and Houston Texans players tested positive for coronavirus
Niki J. Layton
Written by Niki J. Layton

The players were not in the teams’ facilities and the two teams followed proper health protocols, the report said.

“Because of federal and local privacy laws, we cannot provide information about the personal health of any of our employees,” the Cowboys said in a statement to CNN Monday. CNN reached out to the Texans and the National Football League for confirmation.

NFL teams allowed Reopen their facilities From May 19, they will have all the necessities to do so.

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said, “From May 19, clubs can reopen their facilities, if permitted by state and local regulations, if they meet any additional public health requirements within their jurisdiction, and have implemented protocols developed by Dr. Sills.” Wrote in the memo, referring to Dr. Allen Sills, the league’s chief medical officer.

Last month Sills told NFL.com As other sports leagues decide how to return, football has its specific challenges because “football and physical distance are not compatible.”

“We fully hope that positive cases will arise,” Sills told NFL.com at the time.

Previously, the Denver Broncos were a linebacker Von Miller And the Los Angeles Rams Center Brian Allen Tested positive for Covid-19.
Sean Payton, The head coach of the New Orleans Saints, was the first NFL man to test positive in March.
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About the author

Niki J. Layton

Niki J. Layton

Niki J. Layton is a journalist who writes on politics, environment and human rights in South Asia.

For 15 years, she has written for several publications and websites including TIME, Harper's, Al Jazeera, The Caravan, The Hindu, Scroll.in, Outlook, The Wire, The New York Times, Foreign Policy, The Economic Times, Tehelka, and news channel CNN-IBN. She is an India correspondent for The Straits Times, Singapore.

Some of the awards she has received are the Red Cross Award for reporting on conflict, Mumbai press award for environmental reporting, and ILO award for writing on labour. Niki has a Masters in political journalism from Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, New York

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