FRISCO, Texas – The holidays aren't the first thing to look different as a result of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, and they won't be the last.
Despite the countless ways that life has changed in 2020, it's not going to stop the Dallas Cowboys from giving back.
This is typically the time of year that Cowboys players spread out and travel to various hospitals around the Dallas-Fort Worth area to visit with patients. And while they can't do that in person this season, they still managed to drop by.
Cowboys players still made those visits on Friday, as they took part in virtual meetings with patients at four local hospitals – Cook Children's Fort Worth, Texas Scottish Rite, Medical City Children's Hospital and Children's Dallas.
"With the holidays coming up, we normally get a chance to go visit these kids in the hospital, but this year we had to adjust," said Ezekiel Elliott. "It was still nice to have the opportunity to visit with the kids and try to be a shining light for them during the holiday season."
The Cowboys will take on the Philadelphia Eagles in their last home game of the regular season on Sunday, Dec. 27 at 3:25 p.m. A limited number of tickets are on sale now. Get yours now before they sell out!
Details on all of the health and safety procedures you can expect at AT&T Stadium can be viewed at www.DallasCowboys.com/safestadium.