Los Angeles Rams' Brian Allen becomes 1st known National Football League player with coronavirus

Former MSU Football center Brian Allen first NFL player diagnosed with COVID-19	
				Patrick Gorski-USA TODAY Sports

Former MSU Football center Brian Allen first NFL player diagnosed with COVID-19 Patrick Gorski-USA TODAY Sports

Allen, 24, said he initially tested positive three weeks ago.

Los Angeles Rams center Brian Allen says he has tested positive for COVID-19. The Rams confirmed the news, and coach Sean McVay said Allen is "felling good, feeling healthy and he's on the road to recovery". "I got really worn out, my throat would start burning, everything felt different than every other flu I've had". Important to note: Allen has already dealt with most of the symptoms and is now only experiencing a loss in his taste and sense of smell. Then he said he got periodic sore throats, felt realty worn out, his throat wouldn't stop burning, and it felt different from every other flu he has had.

It is still unknown if other Rams players tested positive for COVID-19. Lost all smell and taste to where he couldn't even smell an ammonia smelling-salt. The center said that while the initial symptoms lasted about three or four days, he was tested again last week.

In this September 22, 2019, photo, Los Angeles Rams center Brian Allen blocks during the second half of an NFL football game against the Cleveland Browns in Cleveland. The team reportedly closed its facility after the initial test.

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Last week, Rams coach Sean McVay and general manager Les Snead each were asked if anyone in the organization had been directly affected by the coronavirus.

A fourth-round pick from Michigan State in 2018, Allen played a limited role on offense as a rookie.

On Tuesday night, Glazer piqued the interest of fans when he told Fox Sports Radio: "I am breaking big, big news tomorrow night on Fox Football Now".

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