Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Amari Cooper, true to character, was succinctly expressive during his media availability Thursday. But the words he did utter were enough to quell an anxious fan base sweating his hamstring injury days from the regular season-opener.

“I feel good,” Cooper said after practice, per the team’s official website. “I’ve been able to become a full participant the last couple of practices and I’ve been able to do everything, so I feel really good going into the game.”