Aaron Rodgers Explains Decision Regarding Vaccination

Aaron Rodgers
Aaron Rodgers

Aaron Rodgers is one of the best players in the NFL at the moment. He was born on 2nd December 1983 and was a keen sports lover. He decided to pursue football as his profession and thus started early. Aaron played his football for Butte College way back in 2002. After a few years, he decided to upgrade his game and thus switched to the University of California. Rodgers’ splendid display saw him playing for the California Golden Bears. He had a great outing for the club. Soon after, he was drafted into the mix by the NFL. Rodgers was roped in by the Packers in the year 2005. 

Aaron started his career as a backup to Brett Favre. He had to wait long enough to get his opportunity. After almost three years Aaron was selected for the first team. He has not looked back since then. Rodgers became one of the mainstays of the Green Bay Packers. However, Aaron Rodgers has been in a bit of controversy lately. Let us find out the reason in detail below. 

Aaron Rodgers Denies Misinformation Claims

Aaron Rodgers has explained his stand of not taking the covid vaccine. He also stated that he did not lie when he stated that he was “immunized” back in August. The quarterback explained why he did not take the shot. Rodgers stated that he has some kind of allergies to some of the vaccines available out there. He confirmed his health status by consulting his physician. 

Aaron Rodgers believes that an individual must give importance to one’s body. However, he has been reported to be down with the covid-19 disease. The star athlete is currently serving his quarantine. He is likely to miss the upcoming game for the Packers.