Washington Redskins rookie Antonio Gandy-Golden says he tested positive for coronavirus back in March ... but is back to feeling "100%" after weeks of self-quarantine.
The 22-year-old receiver -- a 4th-round pick out of Liberty -- released a statement via his agent on Tuesday ... revealing he tested positive on March 24 while preparing for the 2020 NFL Draft.
"My symptoms thankfully were mild, but I self-quarantined for two weeks and followed all guidelines from health experts," Gandy-Golden said in the statement.
AGG says he was fully cleared on April 7 ... and doing much better now.
"I feel 100% now and can't wait to get on the field for the Redskins ASAP!"
Gandy-Golden was a standout WR for 4 seasons at Liberty -- he broke the single-game receiving yards record with 245 against New Mexico and finished his career with 3,722 total receiving yards.
Gandy-Golden joins Denver Broncos superstar Von Miller, Saints head coach Sean Payton and Rams center Brian Allen, who have all tested positive and recovered from COVID-19.
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