Los Angeles Rams center Brian Allen is the first known active NFL player to test positive for the coronavirus

Publish Date : 2021-04-01


Los Angeles Rams center Brian Allen is the first known active NFL player to test positive for the coronavirus

The Rams posted on Twitter that Allen is 'feeling good, he's healthy and he's on the road to recovery.'

Allen, who is 24 years old, is the first active NFL player to publicly disclose his positive test for Covid-19.

The news was first reported by Jay Glazer of FOX Sports, who spoke to Allen.



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Glazer said Allen told him that he tested positive for the virus three weeks ago and then again early last week.

According to Glazer, Allen said he lost his sense of smell and taste, and was even unable to smell ammonia smelling salts. He also had flu-like symptoms. Glazer says that Allen is now symptom-free.

Last month, New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton was the first NFL figure to publicly acknowledge a positive coronavirus test. He since has been cleared.

Allen, who was selected by the Rams in the fourth round (111th overall) of the 2018 NFL draft, has played two seasons in the NFL. He's started 22 regular season games in his career, including nine games in 2019. He played college football at Michigan State.

The Rams posted on Twitter that Allen is 'feeling good, he's healthy and he's on the road to recovery.' The news was first reported by Jay Glazer of FOX Sports, who spoke to Allen. The Rams posted on Twitter that Allen is 'feeling good, he's healthy and he's on the road to recovery.' According to Glazer, Allen said he lost his sense of smell and taste, and was even unable to smell ammonia smelling salts. He also had flu-like symptoms. Glazer says that Allen is now symptom-free. The Rams posted on Twitter that Allen is 'feeling good, he's healthy and he's on the road to recovery.' Allen, who is 24 years old, is the first active NFL player to publicly disclose his positive test for Covid-19. Glazer said Allen told him that he tested positive for the virus three weeks ago and then again early last week. Allen, who is 24 years old, is the first active NFL player to publicly disclose his positive test for Covid-19. Allen, who was selected by the Rams in the fourth round (111th overall) of the 2018 NFL draft, has played two seasons in the NFL. He's started 22 regular season games in his career, including nine games in 2019. He played college football at Michigan State. The news was first reported by Jay Glazer of FOX Sports, who spoke to Allen. The news was first reported by Jay Glazer of FOX Sports, who spoke to Allen. Glazer said Allen told him that he tested positive for the virus three weeks ago and then again early last week. Last month, New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton was the first NFL figure to publicly acknowledge a positive coronavirus test. He since has been cleared. Glazer said Allen told him that he tested positive for the virus three weeks ago and then again early last week. According to Glazer, Allen said he lost his sense of smell and taste, and was even unable to smell ammonia smelling salts. He also had flu-like symptoms. Glazer says that Allen is now symptom-free. Allen, who is 24 years old, is the first active NFL player to publicly disclose his positive test for Covid-19. The news was first reported by Jay Glazer of FOX Sports, who spoke to Allen. According to Glazer, Allen said he lost his sense of smell and taste, and was even unable to smell ammonia smelling salts. He also had flu-like symptoms. Glazer says that Allen is now symptom-free. Allen, who was selected by the Rams in the fourth round (111th overall) of the 2018 NFL draft, has played two seasons in the NFL. He's started 22 regular season games in his career, including nine games in 2019. He played college football at Michigan State. According to Glazer, Allen said he lost his sense of smell and taste, and was even unable to smell ammonia smelling salts. He also had flu-like symptoms. Glazer says that Allen is now symptom-free. Last month, New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton was the first NFL figure to publicly acknowledge a positive coronavirus test. He since has been cleared. Allen, who was selected by the Rams in the fourth round (111th overall) of the 2018 NFL draft, has played two seasons in the NFL. He's started 22 regular season games in his career, including nine games in 2019. He played college football at Michigan State. Last month, New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton was the first NFL figure to publicly acknowledge a positive coronavirus test. He since has been cleared. The news was first reported by Jay Glazer of FOX Sports, who spoke to Allen. The Rams posted on Twitter that Allen is 'feeling good, he's healthy and he's on the road to recovery.' Last month, New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton was the first NFL figure to publicly acknowledge a positive coronavirus test. He since has been cleared. Glazer said Allen told him that he tested positive for the virus three weeks ago and then again early last week.

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