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Longtime NFL QB Ryan Fitzpatrick complies with Aaron Rodgers’ vaccine status request

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Ryan Fitzpatrick shared his vaccination status with Aaron Rodgers before an interview.

Rodgers had previously suggested that people criticizing him should disclose their COVID-19 vaccination status before commenting on him.

Despite missing most of the season due to injury, Rodgers described the experience as a learning one and expressed pride in his team’s ability to stick together despite injuries. (Trending: Melania Trump Announces Big Change For 2024)

“Aaron Rodgers, Ryan Fitzpatrick, class of 2005, how are you? Twice vaccinated,” began Fitzpatrick.

“It’s the same old thing. It’s the same people with the same comments,” explained Rodgers.

“I think what we should do, Pat, is, the same people who were criticizing me or coming up with these conspiracies about my injury or whatever, before they talk, let’s go back to 2021 and let’s make people say their vax status to start,” he continued.

“That’ll frame all these comments in the right window. Before they say something, let’s have them say — and ESPN is probably going to shut us off here — let’s have them say, ‘Hey, I’m so-and-so, double vaxxed with Pfizer and triple boosted, and my opinion is this guy is a bad guy because he just wanted to practice and took money away,’” said Rodgers.

“Then, at least, then you’d know, and everybody would know at that point they have their puppet masters who are puppeteering them to say this certain thing about this guy. And they’re still upset about the fact that I believe in medical freedom. It’s the same tired narrative,” added the quarterback.

“It’s been one big giant learning experience. Tough. I’ve worked my a– off to get back. Been really blessed to be around some great people in the rehab process,” said Rodgers.

“An incredible doctor. It’s been nice to be back around the team the last month or so,” continued Rodgers.

“Obviously, it isn’t easy for so many of us. Proud of the guys for sticking together. We’ve dealt with our share of injuries on both sides of the ball. Mostly on offense. But that’s the way the season goes. The NFL is an incredible, incredible profession. It’s a tough business, and this year’s been a big learning experience for me and, I think, our entire team,” concluded the four-time MVP.

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