The Houston Texans announced Randall Cobb to their roster early in free agency, but it hasn’t been made official. Amid the coronavirus pandemic, Cobb has yet to sign with the Texans yet.

The coronavirus has made it a bit more difficult for teams to conduct physicals with players that they signed in free agency. Nevertheless, Houston made him available for a conference call, even though he isn’t officially on the roster. During the conference call, Cobb spoke about why he hasn’t signed on the dotted line yet.

“I still haven’t had my physical yet, so I actually haven’t signed,” Cobb said via ProFootballTalk. “I live out in L.A. in the offseason right now. Everything is shut down out here, and I haven’t had the opportunity to [go to] a doctor’s office and get my physical yet.”

Live and breathe the NFL?

🚨 Get viral NFL graphics, memes, rumors and trending news delivered right to your inbox with the Clutch Newsletter.

Of course, the Texans began free agency by manufacturing a baffling trade that sent DeAndre Hopkins to the Arizona Cardinals. Then, the same day as the trade, Houston agreed to terms on a three-year, $27 million deal with Cobb.

The veteran wideout spent the 2019 season with the Dallas Cowboys after an eight-year stint with the Green Bay Packers. In his lone season with the Cowboys, Cobb accumulated 55 receptions for 828 yards and three touchdowns.

Regardless of whether it’s Cobb or someone else, Houston has some big shoes to fill with Hopkins headed to Arizona. But until Cobb is able to get a physical completed, there’s still the chance that he doesn’t join the Texans next season.