Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers will miss his team’s game against the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday, November 7, after testing positive for COVID-19, according to multiple reports. Rodgers had petitioned the NFL to have an “alternative treatment” count as vaccination, but the NFL denied his request.
Aaron Rodgers received homeopathic treatment from his personal doctor to raise his antibody levels and asked the NFL to review his status. The NFL, NFLPA and joint docs ruled him as unvaccinated. Now, he has COVID-19.
Aaron Rodgers will miss this week’s game against the Chiefs after he tested positive for COVID-19. The spread for that game has moved from Kansas City -1 to Kansas City -7.5.
What people are saying?
Rahim Esmail It’s amazing to me that this guy has the responsibility of the team. Makes a great amount of money to be a quarterback and to keep himself healthy decides not to get vaccinated amazing.
David Nighorn So selfish. His team is in great shape for a deep playoff run – and he tests positive because he was too good for a vaccine. I want to like him but don’t think I’d get through a dinner with him.