Kirk Cousins, the quarterback for the Minnesota Vikings, reportedly tested positive for the coronavirus and will not play against the Green Bay Packers on Sunday.
Cousins informed his teammates that he was symptomatic and tested positive, according to a report.
The Vikings quarterback is reportedly unvaccinated and, as a result, will not be eligible to play against his team's division rival.
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The #Vikings have placed QB Kirk Cousins on Reserve/COVID-19.— Minnesota Vikings (@Vikings) December 31, 2021
The quarterback's status was confirmed by the Vikings on Twitter, and backup quarterback Sean Mannion was activated from the reserve/COVID-19 list.
The #Vikings have activated T Rashod Hill and QB Sean Mannion from Reserve/COVID-19.— Minnesota Vikings (@Vikings) December 31, 2021
Cousins has denied revealing his vaccination status and has repeatedly said he is following "protocols," according to the report.
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Cousins said he is socially distancing, wearing masks, and he said he has "even thought about, should I just set up literally Plexiglas around where I sit?"