MORE: What to know about coronavirus & the NFL’s 2020 seasonSeveral #Cowboys players & several #Texans players have tested positive for COVID-19 recently, sources tell me & @TomPelissero. None of the players are believed to have been in their team facilities. The teams followed proper health protocols.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) June 15, 2020#Cowboys star RB Ezekiel Elliott is one of the players who has tested positive for the Coronavirus, his agent Rocky Arceneaux confirmed to me. Arceneaux said Elliott is feeling good.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) June 15, 2020Elliott was upset that his condition became public. He wondered whether patient confidentiality was violated. Ezekiel Elliott plus several of his Cowboys teammates and Texans players have tested positive for COVID-19, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport.Rocky Arceneaux, Elliott’s agent, confirmed the Monday report and said Elliott is “feeling good.” HIPAA ??— Ezekiel Elliott (@EzekielElliott) June 15, 2020Elliott is the most notable NFL player to have tested positive for the coronavirus so far with the league about a month away from opening training camps. Saints coach Sean Payton also contracted the virus in March. The NFL and its franchises have safety measures in place in the event of a coronavirus outbreak. Ravens head coach John Harbaugh recently voiced some concerns with how the league is going to attack the coronavirus and its protocols.The league already has felt the effects of the virus, with the 2020 NFL Draft being held virtually. The event was originally scheduled to take place in Las Vegas.Texas is currently reopening as cases continue to climb across the state.