The Dallas Cowboys dropped practice on Tuesday after what the club said was a health related crisis including one of their solidarity and molding mentors.
The Cowboys said Markus Paul “encountered a health related crisis” on Tuesday morning at the office, where he was promptly treated by group clinical work force prior to being taken by emergency vehicle to a medical clinic.
“The association stretches out its supplications and backing to the Paul family, and requests companions and adherents of Markus, his family and the group to keep them in their contemplations and petitions,” the Cowboys said in an explanation.
An update from the group on Tuesday evening said that “per the Paul family, Markus is currently going through additional clinical tests.” It said extra data would be made accessible at the “proper time” and Paul’s condition was not identified with Covid-19.
Lead trainer Mike McCarthy’s every day meeting with columnists was dropped, as were interviews with players.
54 year-old Paul is a previous NFL wellbeing who played for the Chicago Bears (1989-93) and Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1993). He is in his third season with the Dallas Cowboys staff, after beforehand being a strength and contingent mentor with the New Orleans Saints, New England Patriots, New York Jets and New York Giants.
McCarthy told players at their planned 8am group meeting that training had been dropped. That was about a half-hour after Paul’s health related crisis.
Dallas are planned to play Washington on Thanksgiving. The Cowboys are falling off a success at Minnesota that allowed them to play for the lead position in the NFC East in spite of a 3-7 record. Washington additionally is 3-7.