On Wednesday night, the broadband receiver of DJ Matthews from the state of Florida tweeted, then deleted that he had tested positive for COVID 19:
Although the state of Florida did not share photos of the receiver in practice as part of their press releases, it was stated that Matthews was still receiving reports as returning to special teams.
From our extensive review of the receiver:
The senior is returning for his last season in Tallahassee and hopes everything will come together. There are times when Matthews looks like the most exciting player on the field. Then he will eventually disappear. Some of the discrepancies can be attributed to the spin of the mall spin at a discount, but there is often an obvious lack of focus, translating from the field to practice on game days.
As a return traveler, the DJ looked like one of the best returns in the country for two seasons before a drop in his production last year.
The deleted tweet comes just a day after Florida Gov. Ron Desantis met with Florida President John Trascher, athletic director David Coburn, Florida state coach Seminols coach Mike Norwell and players Joshua Caindo and Keysoune-part at the Helpton Mass of holding a football season at the college 2020.
Coburn touched on the protocols that players follow:
“When they come in the morning, they have a fever and a symptom, they have to answer a set of questions and then be tied up. And they are separated from the other employees of the athletics department. They are socially distant in their meetings. They are required to wear masks throughout the building and on the way to and from practice. We test this every week and will probably go every two weeks during the season. Anyone who gets a positive test result, we work hard on them. And we do that. We will continue to do so. So we are very comfortable that we have done what the medical people … in fact, above and beyond what the medics advise. “
The Tomahawk Nation contact the school for confirmation and will be updated with a response.