Police Visit Cowboys QB Dak Prescott’s Home for Possible Social-distancing Violations After Report of ‘Party’ During Coronavirus Plague

Quarterback Dak Prescott has been known to be a good decision-maker on the field when leading the Dallas Cowboys offense. However, he may have made a bad call of a different sort Friday.

Prescott supposedly hosted a birthday party for a friend, and at one point during the night, 30 people were in attendance at his home in Texas, TMZ Sports reported Saturday.

One of the photos posted on TMZ’s site showed people much closer than six feet apart. The photos also included a table set for a meal that would have had everyone close to each other. Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott reportedly showed up as well.

However, police said they were unable to verify whether Prescott was violating social-distancing guidelines during the party, as the Forth Worth Star-Telegram noted.

“The Prosper Police Department did respond to the Prescott residence after receiving a report of a potential ‘party,'” assistant chief Scott M. Brewer said Saturday. “The officer was unable to verify the report of a ‘party.’ Therefore, he just reminded the resident of the current CDC guidelines—to include social distancing.”

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SOURCE: Fox News, Daniel Canova