Aaron RodgersIt is back.
The Green Bay PackersThe current 2020 NFL MVP was removed from the COVID-19 reserve/COVID-19 roster SaturdayIt appears that he is available to play. SundayFor the Seattle Seahawks.
Rodgers missed last week’s game against the Kansas City ChiefsAfter being diagnosed with coronavirus. HeLater, he would reveal to reporters that he wasn’t vaccinated against the disease, despite having told reporters before the season began that he was.
HisFans of the NFL and the quarterback were furious at the explanation of being “immunized” but not vaccinated. WhileHe explained that he was allergic the mRNA vaccines. He explained that he spent the offseason “researching” to find other ways to protect himself. The NFL denied Rodgers’ request for an exemption and considered him to be unvaccinated.
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HisThese comments were criticized and he was later held responsible for misleading teammates and fans earlier in the week.
Rodgers also had a message for those who support or oppose his decision to remain unvaccinated: “I’m an athlete. I’mNot an activist. So I’m gonna get back to doing what I do best, and that’s playing ball.”
Rodgers was fined more than $14,000 for violating the league’s COVID-19 protocols, and the PackersYou were fined $300,000. TheThe NFL and NFL reached an agreement on fines for violating protocols. Players Association.
The PackersThey were also informed that future violations Could lead to greater discipline, including a change in draft position and loss of draft picks.
Source: Fox News