Dexter Manley, Washington’s all-time sacks leader, has COVID-19, Ben Standig of TheAthletic.com reports.
Manley, 61, began feeling ill about 10 days ago and tested positive.
Manley is resting comfortably and is in no imminent danger, a source close to Manley’s family told Standig.
Manley played nine seasons in Washington after they made him a fifth-round draft pick in 1981. He made 91 sacks.
He closed out his career with a year in Arizona and a year in Tampa, retiring after the 1991 season with 97.5 career sacks.