Cowboys Hold Virtual Meetings After Player Tests Positive for COVID-19
January 1Michael ArinzeSportsGrid
The Dallas Cowboys will be forced to work remotely on Friday after a player tested positive for COVID-19. It is unclear at the moment as to which player tested positive but Michael Gehlken of the Dallas Morning News reports that it is a player on their 53-man roster.
This news couldn’t come at a worse time for the Cowboys as they’re just two days away from facing the Giants in a game they would need to win to have any chance at making the playoffs. Dallas would still need Philadelphia to defeat Washington on Sunday night in order to win the division and clinch the automatic playoff berth.
The Cowboys hope they’ll be able to open their facility to practice on Saturday before heading east to take on the Giants. Dallas is currently a one-point favorite over at FanDuel.
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