Cowboys Marcus Paul hospitalized after “emergency care”

According to the team, Dallas Cowboys Strength and Conditioning Coordinator Marcus Paul experienced “emergency care” early Tuesday morning, was treated by team staff, and was taken to the hospital by ambulance.

“Marcus is undergoing further medical tests and additional information will be available at the right time,” said a statement released by Paul’s family through the Cowboys.

Several unconfirmed reports prior to the Cowboys statement indicated that Paul had died, which prompted a flood of sorrow around the NFL.

The news was a hit near the homes of several former Giants, as Paul, 54, was a Big Blue Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach from 2007 to 2018. He spent the previous two seasons with the Jets organization and also worked for the New England Patriots and New Orleans Saints.

Paul played for Syracuse and was the fourth round NFL draft topic in 1989.

The Cowboys canceled the practice on Wednesday at 7:30 am after Paul had an emergency.

“This organization extends prayer and support to the Paul family and calls on Marx, his family, and friends and followers of the team to maintain their thoughts and prayers,” the team statement read.

Cowboys Marcus Paul hospitalized after “emergency care”

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