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Aaron Rodgers: I'm 'having the time of my life' with Green Bay Packers

  Aaron Rodgers: I'm 'having the time of my life' with Green Bay Packers After an offseason standoff with the Packers, Aaron Rodgers now says he's enjoying the ride in Green Bay amid the team's six-game winning streak.And for the record, you can call him a cold-weather quarterback.

Aaron Rodgers, according to his corona infection, provides plenty of vortex. The unvaccinated NFL star and the Green Bay Packers also draw the anger of other teams.

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The IMPF vortex around Aaron Rodgers does not end!

Now the quarterback of the Green Bay Packers and his franchise even pulled the trouble of other NFL teams. (Data: Results and Schedule of the NFL)

The reason: Actually, unvaccinated players had to wear masks during the preseason games on the side line. Rodgers did not do that, although he is not vaccinated against the Corona virus, as recently turned out.

Opinion: As wild wins add up, resilient Packers show they're a top Super Bowl contender

  Opinion: As wild wins add up, resilient Packers show they're a top Super Bowl contender "There's a different feeling to this team," Aaron Rodgers said after the Packers defeated the previously unbeaten Cardinals in a wild finish.“That’s kind of how we’ve been playing this year,” quarterback Aaron Rodgers smirked Thursday night, referring to the heart-pounding finishes that have defined the first half of his team’s 2021 campaign. “We’ve not been super efficient at times, but we come up with some big plays.

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"This is nonsense. What's going on in Green Bay is not what the team was said about the NFL. Our players wore masks all the time. We have our guys who have not played to wear masks, "annoyed a non-named executive at ESPN .

NFL examines video material from Rodgers and Packers

The NFL responded to the allegations. The league wants to evaluate video from the tracker's training center to investigate whether Green Bay has complied with Covid 19 protocols. (Data: All Tables of the NFL)

The NFL also wants to investigate a Halloween party at which several Packers players, including Rodgers, had participated. On pictures in social media, the NFL stars were visible without masks.

Like Mike? Cowboys rookie Micah Parsons channels Michael Jordan to fight through rookie wall.

  Like Mike? Cowboys rookie Micah Parsons channels Michael Jordan to fight through rookie wall. Micah Parsons says the Dallas Cowboys' bye week came at a perfect time as the greatness-obsessed rookie linebacker felt he was entering a slump.The Dallas Cowboys linebacker “found myself not being me,” he said. He was frustrated with his performance against the Patriots, obsessing over the plays he could have made but didn’t.

Rogers and Co. threaten fines, but the players do not seem to be feared.

Rodgers was positively tested at the coronavirus during the week , whereupon it was also known that he is not vaccinated. At the beginning of the season, the NFL champion of the 2010/2011 season declared that he was "immunized". He had never explicitly stated to be vaccinated, but with various statements quite brought this impression. (News: All current information about the NFL)

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