By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Dez Bryant will not be playing against any of his former teammates after all. Bryant has tested positive for the coronavirus.
He was warming up on the field when he was informed to take another test. Once he took the test, it came back positive.
Earlier this morning, according to Fox Sports’ NFL Insider Jay Glazer, his initial test was inclusive this morning. That led the Ravens to give him another test, which caused him to be sent him.
The Ravens host the Dallas Cowboys on Tuesday night. Bryant — who is now a late scratch to the game — was recently added to the permanent roster after he was bouncing back and forth from the active roster to practice squad.
“ Tell me why they pull me from warming up so I can go get tested… my (blank) come back positive… I tested positive for Covid WTF,” Bryant said in a tweet.
“The crazy thing is i have the same damn routine…. this shit do not make sense to me.”
Due to his positive test — which could be a false positive since several NFL players have dealt with them — Bryant says that he’s done. The Ravens have four games left this season, including Tuesday night.
“Yea I’m going to go ahead and call it a quit for the rest of the season,” Bryant said. “I can’t deal with this.”