Aaron Rodgers Immunized Video – Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has tried positive for COVID-19 and won’t play against the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday, a source affirmed to ESPN.
The NFL has considered Rodgers as unvaccinated since the beginning of the period, sources affirmed to ESPN and as first revealed by NFL Network.
Rodgers was set on the association’s hold/COVID-19 rundown alongside cornerback Isaac Yiadom on Wednesday, and the NFL said it would investigate how the Packers have dealt with the association’s COVID-19 conventions.
Under association convention, if Rodgers tests positive and is unvaccinated, he should isolate for at least 10 days and can’t return until Nov. 13 at the soonest, if he stays asymptomatic.
Rodgers, 37, had a substitute treatment preceding the beginning of the instructional course, sources told ESPN, and he then, at that point, requested of the NFL for that treatment to permit him to be viewed as old as who got one of the endorsed immunizations. After an extensive to and fro, the association, the players association, and an irresistible infection specialist endorsed by the two players heard Rodgers’ case for exclusion and decided that he would not get a similar thought and would be considered unvaccinated.
Sources said Rodgers follows concealing conventions while interfacing with players and mentors inside the group’s central command at Lambeau Field. Notwithstanding, Rodgers doesn’t wear a veil while in the media assembly hall during his week-by-week and postgame news meetings. The Packers have put other unvaccinated players on Zoom rather than at face-to-face media meetings.
Veteran quarterback Blake Bortles is traveling to Green Bay on Wednesday with the assumption that he will be endorsed to the training crew and be qualified for the 53-man list on Sunday, a source told ESPN’s Adam Schefter.