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NFL star and antivirus Aaron Rodgers tested positive for coronavirus, but counterattack |  Football

NFL star and antivirus Aaron Rodgers tested positive for coronavirus, but counterattack | Football

Aaron Rodgers has been one of the great stars in the NFL for 15 years. Last year, he was named MVP for the third time in his career.

In recent months, he has remained undecided whether or not he has been vaccinated. Now that he has tested positive, the Green Bay Packers star is revealing himself as an antiviral. On the Pat McAfee Show, he defended himself, often in long monologues.

“I understand that I am now the back of the awake crowd, but for them it is the last nail in my country cancel cultureCoffin, I’d like to correct some lies about my character.”

“Covid-19 has been tested at least 300 times and is now positive for the first time, possibly by a vaccinated teammate.”

“I don’t see myself as an antiviral, but I myself have found a way to protect my immune system in the long run. I am very proud of the research I did for it.”

Rodgers maintains that he always followed NFL protocol, except for press conferences, “because he was in a room with all the vaccinated people.”

He says he feels much better after a few days, but will not be allowed to call his teammates for at least 10 days. Double Jordan Love will debut against the Kansas City Chiefs.

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