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Ravens WR Bryant Claims He Has Tested Negative for COVID-19

Ravens wide out Dez Bryant has taken to social media to announce that he’s tested negative for COVID-19 on Thursday, two days after he tested positive in a move that kept him out of the game against the Dallas Cowboys.

“He’s doing as well as can be expected,” Ravens coach Jim Harbaugh said about Bryant.

“He’s a guy that cares. He sacrificed a lot to leave home and leave family behind. He’s a family man and has kids. I think he’s pretty hurt by it. He’s not mad at anybody. But just the circumstances, I think he’s a little stunned by it, surprised that it came up. I think he’s trying to work his way through it right now.”

The little-used wide out produced a positive just a half-hour before Tuesday’s kickoff against his former team after his tests that morning were inconclusive.

He was not placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list by the Ravens, said Thursday on Twitter that it could have been a false positive.

“I tested negative back to back for covid and I’m not excited about it,” Bryant posted.


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