The list of NFL players to test positive for COVID-19 continues to grow.
Safety Kareem Jackson on Wednesday became the second member of the Broncos with a confirmed case of the novel coronavirus, joining star linebacker Von Miller, who revealed his diagnosis on April 16. Mike Klis of 9News spoke with Jackson, who said he began feeling congested two days ago and then suffered from chills.
Recently multiple members of the Cowboys and Texans also tested positive for the virus, including star running back Ezekiel Elliott.
It is unclear how Jackson, 32, contracted the disease, though he was one of multiple Broncos players to partake in protests against racial injustice in Denver this month. The former first-round pick out of Alabama spent his first nine seasons in Houston, before joining the Broncos last season, recording 10 passes defended, two interceptions and a touchdown.