None of the players were in the team’s facilities, and the two teams followed appropriate health protocols.
“Because of federal and local privacy laws, we cannot provide personal health information to any of our employees,” Cowboys told CNN in a statement on Monday. CNN contacted the Texas National Football League team to confirm.
“Clubs may reopen their facilities as of May 19 if they are permitted to do so under state and local regulations, and adhere to any additional public health requirements in their jurisdiction, and the protocols developed by Dr. Sills and Roger Godel, Commissioner of the National Football Association have written in a note, Referring to the league’s chief physician Dr. Allen Sills, “It was distributed to all clubs on May 6.”
“We fully anticipate that positive cases will emerge,” Sills told NFL.com at the time.