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The revelation that Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was privately immunized earlier this week shocked the sports world. Because of Rodgers’ own words and behavior, it seemed to come as a surprise to the sports media. However, one writer received a tip regarding the signal-deep, caller’s dark secret a month ago. Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk didn’t believe it since the quarterback did such a fantastic job of disguising it.
Aaron Rodgers purposefully tried to hide the fact that he was unvaccinated.
Aaron Rodgers was found to be positive for COVID-19 on Wednesday, Nov. 3. The most perplexing aspect of this revelation was that he was expected to miss Sunday’s game against the Kansas City Chiefs, according to sources.
Only if Rodgers was an unvaccinated athlete could this be determined on Wednesday.
This was the startling part since, at a news conference on Aug. 26, a reporter questioned explicitly, “Are you vaccinated?” “I’ve been vaccinated,” Rodgers said.
As an unvaccinated athlete, Rodgers is required to follow precautions that he hasn’t followed while in public view, according to NFL regulations.
Rodgers seems to have broken the rules in three major ways. He was on the sidelines without a mask during a preseason game, he has held indoor news conferences without a mask, and it seems he was among more than three Packers players outside the facility during a Packers Halloween party.
If this is the case, the NFL should have (and still may) imposed large sanctions on both the Packers and Rodgers.
After Rodgers’ comments and actions, it’s easy to understand why the reigning NFL MVP’s lack of vaccination surprised so many media members. This didn’t come as a complete surprise to at least one member of the media, and he has his own explanation as to why Rodgers did it.
Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk heard the Packers quarterback was immunized a month ago but didn’t believe it.
Mike Florio, the creator and editor of Pro Football Talk, convened an emergency episode of his PFT PM podcast shortly after Aaron Rodgers’ bomb landed on Wednesday.
Florio told PFT reporter Myles Simmons about how a high-ranking NFL source tipped him up about Rodgers’ immunization status a month ago during the episode:
I’ve brought my phone with me. I’m not sure who it was on October 5, but I know it was one of the NFL’s general managers. When it comes to generalities, I can be that particular. ‘I heard something weird that I believe based on who told me,’ and yada-yada, back and forth,’ texted out of the blue. ‘Aaron Rodgers has not been immunized.’ This took me by surprise. Even though I was warned he wasn’t vaccinated back in early October, I’m still amazed he was able to pull it off and that he lied about it the way he did.
Aaron Rodgers, according to Mike Florio
Florio claimed he viewed images of Rodgers on the sideline in the preseason after hearing the news. He didn’t observe the athlete wearing a mask there or at any other form of media appearance. For these reasons, the pundit didn’t give his source’s recommendation enough weight.
Now that Florio knows the truth, he has a vehement notion about why Rodgers was so evasive about his immunization status.
Rodgers disguised his vaccination status, according to Florio.
Mike Florio and Aaron Rodgers (L-R) | B51/Mark Brown/Getty Images; Quinn Harris/Getty Images
Mike Florio wasn’t completely surprised when he learned about Aaron Rodgers’ immunization status. It therefore comes as no surprise to the PFT founder that the quarterback lied about his situation.
Florio has a hypothesis on why Rodgers hasn’t been transparent about his decisions, and it has to do with the Packers’ quarterback’s entire attitude when dealing with the press:
Here’s my Occam’s Razor-style argument for why he’s lying. He doesn’t want to be vaccinated, but he also doesn’t want to be chastised for not getting vaccinated, since he despises being chastised. He’s quite sensitive. He doesn’t like it when he’s termed sensitive…. He wants all of the fame, glory, and celebrity on his own terms. He does not want anybody to criticize him.
Aaron Rodgers, according to Mike Florio
Rodgers, according to Florio, watched what happened to athletes who were publicly unvaccinated, such as Kirk Cousins, Cole Beasley, and Carson Wentz, and opted to conceal his vaccination status.
We’ll never know for sure if Florio is accurate about Rodgers’ genuine mind process when it comes to concealing his status.
In more concrete news, the NFL expert said that he has contacted the league to inquire about any disciplinary penalties or fines levied on Rodgers or the Green Bay Packers, but has yet to get a response.
This tale continues to unfold, and the Aaron Rodgers saga will continue even after Jordan Love makes his NFL debut on Sunday.
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