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    Josh Allenís father battling COVID-19, was hospitalized this month

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    Bills quarterback Josh Allen has been playing great football this season while his family has been struggling.

    Allen lost his grandmother in 2020, news that became widely known as fans donated more than $1 million to Oishei Children’s Hospital in her memory. What has been less well known is that Allen’s father has been battling COVID-19.

    Sam Farmer of the Los Angeles Times reports that Joel Allen, who flies all across the country to attend his son’s games when he can, won’t be at Sunday’s game because he’s recovering from COVID-19 and pneumonia and was hospitalized this month.
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    Re: Josh Allenís father battling COVID-19, was hospitalized this month

    Josh Allen is a soldier.

    He'll soldier on.

    I'm on his side, and hope for the best for his family. I'm a fan of his.

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    Re: Josh Allenís father battling COVID-19, was hospitalized this month

    The PFT cites pneumonia and COVID.

    But the original LA Times article linked in the PFT article cites only pneumonia.


    I hate unexplained discrepancies like this.
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    Re: Josh Allenís father battling COVID-19, was hospitalized this month

    NBCSports called it COVID and pneumonia also.

    https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.co...ed-this-month/
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    Re: Josh Allenís father battling COVID-19, was hospitalized this month

    Hasn't this KID been through enough? REALLY? And on top of it the weight of WNY and Bills fans across the country are on his back. He needs to play his very best game ever to win this game. That's how it works in a Championship game.

    IF he can win this game he really is a miracle man! GO BILLS!

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    Re: Josh Allenís father battling COVID-19, was hospitalized this month

    Go get em Josh.

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