Aaron Rodgers Responds To Super Bowl Boycott Report

While he may very well be on his way to another MVP season, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has had his year marred in controversy.

In the latest headline grab, it was reported that Rodgers had plans to boycott the Super Bowl over the NFL’s rules against unvaccinated players.


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Of course, this report was contingent on Aaron Rodgers’ Packers making a run to the Super Bowl.

During his weekly appearance on “The Pat McAfee Show”, Aaron Rodgers had a lot to say about the report.

“I’ve given a lot less f—s the last couple years but 1 thing I do give a major f—k about is ridiculous narratives about me. I’m gonna boycott the Super Bowl.. that’s the dumbest s—t I’ve heard,” he said.

The report about Aaron Rodgers came from Boomer Esiason – who read out a text from a source during his show.

“Boom, the Rodgers saga continues to get crazier and crazier,” the text read. “I’ve been told by multiple people in Aaron’s direct circle that if the Packers make the Super Bowl, he will use the week leading up to the Super Bowl to prove a major point.”

“He will threaten the NFL by saying he won’t play in the big game, or next season, if they don’t eliminate some of the COVID-related rules,” it continued. “One big one that upsets him the most is the testing of non-symptomatic players.”

It appears that there’s no merit to any reports that Aaron Rodgers might be planning an anti-vaxxer boycott in the future.


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