Von Miller tests positive for COVID-19 virus

As the world continues to combat the COVID-19 virus, Von Miller becomes the first member of the Denver Broncos to publicly test positive for the virus.

The entire world is currently doing what it can to slow the spread of the coronavirus that has forced us all to change our way of living. For the fans of Broncos Country, the virus hits one of the most well known and liked players on the team.

According to his agent Joby Branion, who told NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, Von Miller has tested positive for the COVID-19 virus.

Miller would tell Rapoport that he is at home resting and in good spirits. He plans to speak publicly on Friday. Miller becomes the second NFL player that has tested positive for the virus. On Wednesday, Los Angeles Rams center Brian Allen tested positive.

According to James Palmer, Miller was feeling under the weather and went to Broncos team doctors. The doctors diagnosed him with the virus.

There is no doubt that this virus has really impacted the world as we know it. It has forced us all to adjust to a different lifestyle. And with no sports or any form of entertainment, we have all worked on new hobbies and finding ways to keep the days moving.

My only hope regarding Miller is that he can get healthy and combat the virus itself. I cannot even begin to imagine what he must be feeling right now. For those that are unfamiliar with the next steps, the virus takes about two weeks. After that time period, the symptoms begin to fade away.

Broncos Country and the entire NFL world is wishing Miller the best, as well as anyone else who has tested positive for the virus. Just know that we will get through these tough times together. Pray for your loved ones and those you hold close.

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Prayers for a speedy recovery, Von.