Dez Bryant Keeps Testing Negative For COVID-19, And He’s ‘Not Excited’ About it

Bryant had tested positive Tuesday


Most people are happy when they test negative for COVID-19.

Dez Bryant is not.

The Baltimore Ravens wide receiver was pulled off the field during warmups (but not after hugging a bunch of Dallas Cowboys) after it was discovered he had tested positive for the coronavirus.

Bryant then was sent home, where it seemed like he was threatening to retire as he went off on a tweetstorm.

Well, it seems as though in recent days he’s returned nothing but negative COVID-19 tests.

We’re thinking the translation here is that Bryant believes he had a false positive Tuesday and he should’ve been able to play against his former team. Baltimore has yet to put Bryant on its COVID-19/reserve list, which is an indication he might be fine after all.

But hey, better safe than sorry.

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