Aaron Rodgers for holding down the Zoom Presser to meet the COVID protocol


Aaron Rodgers no longer breaks the NFL protocol in press conferences.

And they do it by ducking personal media.

Instead of doing personalized media with Mask, Rodgers fulfills his responsibilities in Zoom, According to Rob Demovsky of ESPN. If you continue to provide media without a mask you will be fined for violating the COVID-19 protocol.

Rodgers has been doing the same all year, which is why his non-vaccinated status is surprising. For the most part, in August, they referred to homeopathic remedies, not the vaccine, as they called it “immune.”

Rodgers missed last week’s Packers-Chiefs game after testing positive for the virus. In an interview with Pat McAfee, he exploded into “awakened mob” and “culture cancellation” for criticism around his half-truths. He lost an endorsement deal with Prevea Health.

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Russell Wilson will also return Sunday against the Seahawks in an injury-prone game. Seattle, at 3-5, needed more wins than Green Bay.

Almost as interesting as the game, though, is Rodgers’ comments later. This is the first time they are facing a stacked media after a positive test.

On the plus side of him, at least, he doesn’t need to put on a mask.

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