Ezekiel Elliottsays he's feeling good after catching coronavirus earlier this month -- and expects to be cleared to workout again soon.
The NFL superstar appeared on a Twitch feed with Scooter Magruder on Wednesday and took questions from fans ... obviously, one of the pressing topics is Zeke's health!
Remember, the 24-year-old superstar was one of several Cowboys and Houston Texans players to test positive recently -- and now he's finally speaking out.
"I'm feeling good," Zeke said ... "I would say I had 1 or 2 days where I felt symptoms -- and even then it wasn't too bad."
"I had a cough and a little shortness of breath. Now I feel good, I feel normal."
Zeke says he still hasn't been cleared to work out -- "I gotta wait. I could've went and got re-tested this week. But, I decided it wouldn't hurt to wait another week and just give myself more time to rest up."
"But, I feel good."
There was a lot more from Zeke I the interview.
Zeke on if there will be an NFL season in 2020 ...
"I don't know. I just feel like there's a lot of moving parts that have to be figured out. I just don't know how they can keep the players healthy."
"You got to put the health of the players first. It's not even so much I would say the players' health because I mean I got corona and it didn't really affect me much but a lot of people have kids, they may have kids with asthma, they may have newborn babies, their parents or grandparents may live with them. We have to find a way just to make sure the players and their families and the coaches also and their families aren't put at risk. "
Zeke on the possibility of NFL games without live fans ...
"I think it'd be a little weird for sure. It'd be weird to be in AT&T Stadium with no fans but I want to play football. I miss football. It's been tough not having OTAs and not really being able to be around the guys and just that comradery. I miss the comradery."