Dak Prescott, Dez Bryant Defy Stay At Home Order, Train At Indoor Facility
By Bill Galluccio
April 8, 2020
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott and free-agent receiver Dez Bryant aren't letting the coronavirus pandemic stop them from working out. Despite a statewide stay at home order, the pair has been training at A+D1 Training in Carrollton, Texas.
Videos of the workouts were posted on Twitter by David Robinson, who works as a professional wide-receiver coach. In the videos, Dak easily completes a series of passes to Dez as he runs a few simple routes on the indoor field.
Last week, the pair received some bad headlines after Bryant shared a photo on Twitter of himself, Prescott, and three others standing with their arms on each other's shoulders following a workout together. Many fans replied, blasting them for not following social distancing guidelines.
It is unknown if Dak, Dez, or the owner of A+D1 will face any legal repercussions for the workout. On March 31, Texas Governor Greg Abbott ordered all non-essential businesses to close. Gyms and training facilities were listed in the order as examples of businesses that must shut down. In Dallas County, where A+D1 Training is located, local officials issued a similar mandate.
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