Von Miller becomes second known National Football League player to test positive

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Report: Broncos OLB Von Miller has coronavirus

Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller has tested positive for COVID-19.

The report of Miller's diagnoses comes after the Los Angeles Rams confirmed a Fox Sports report Wednesday that center Brian Allen had tested positive for the coronavirus, also known as COVID-19.

After his diagnosis became public, Miller took to social media to thank fans and well-wishers for their thoughts.

Miller sounded unsure of how he might have gotten the disease, but he did say that a handful of people had been in his house recently - workers like plumbers or housekeepers - "but it was really nothing insane".

"I am feeling better". "We've been taking this serious since day one.It all started with just a simple cough and it got worse".

He is the first current member of the Broncos' organization to have a confirmed case of the virus, which has caused a worldwide epidemic and halted most pro sports around the globe. McDaniel had a brief stint with the Broncos during the 1982 season.

The eight-time Pro Bowler is now quarantined at his Denver-area home.

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"It's true", Miller told 9NEWS by phone.

"I'm not sure what's going on but I tell you what, I'm in good spirits. Got tested 2 days ago", Miller said, according to Mike Klis of 9News.

Miller went on the TODAY Show on Friday to share his story with a broader audience.

"My girlfriend, she told me when I was asleep, my cough, didn't sound normal".

"Whatever's safe", Miller said. In the month he's been in Denver since San Francisco's quarantine order, he said he's "probably left the house four times" and never got out of the auto when he picked up food.

He cautioned agains the National Football League returning too soon, saying the safer option should be advised.

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