Washington Redskins rookie wide receiver Antonio Gandy-Golden tested positive for COVID-19 on March 24 but noted his symptoms were mild and that he was fully cleared two weeks later, he said in a statement Wednesday.
Gandy-Golden said in the statement that he self-quarantined for two weeks and “followed all guidelines from health experts.”
“I feel 100% now and can’t wait to get on the field for the Redskins ASAP!” Gandy-Golden said.
The Redskins have not reopened their building to anyone other than trainers and those who have scheduled rehab sessions. There is a chance that some support personnel will start returning, but the Redskins are uncertain as to what would happen or who would be allowed back.
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SOURCE: ESPN, John Keim