The NFL is a month away from returning in the form of training camp, barring any issues regarding the coronavirus pandemic. Many of the league's stars are practicing individually or with their teammates (which the NFL has recently been vocal against). For Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott, he spent his time live-streaming from his home to provide entertainment for all of his fans. On Sunday, Elliott made a crucial mistake in forgetting to turn off his camera, in which he unintentionally told everyone in his Twitch stream that he was "low-key faded."
"Oh no, I didn't even end my stream yet," exclaimed Elliott, who shouldn't be shocked to see a request for a random drug test by the NFL. Whoops.
Elliott has had himself quite the event-filled offseason. Back in April, the Cowboys rusher was spotted at a house party with teammate Dak Prescott during the height of the coronavirus pandemic. Then earlier this month, Elliott tested positive for COVID-19, but luckily only exhibited minor symptoms. Additionally, Elliott received a lawsuit from a pool cleaner this past week, who claimed she was attacked by his three dogs.
We don't blame Elliott for playing video games as an escape from the real world. But next time, be sure to turn off your live stream before revealing you're baked, dude.