Jan 22, 2017; Atlanta, GA, USA; Inexperienced Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers (12) warms up previous to the 2017 NFC Championship Recreation towards the Atlanta Falcons on the Georgia Dome.
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Inexperienced Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was emotional upon his return to the soccer discipline on Sunday because the three-time most dear participant helped his workforce to a 17-0 win over the Seattle Seahawks within the Nationwide Soccer League.
Rodgers was eliminated from the NFL’s reserve/COVID-19 listing on Saturday after going by a compulsory 10-day quarantine following a optimistic COVID-19 check final week.
The 37-year-old, who’s unvaccinated, sat out the Packers’ loss to the Kansas Metropolis Chiefs final Sunday because of the NFL’s COVID-19 protocols, which name for a compulsory 10-day quarantine interval for unvaccinated gamers who check optimistic.
Rodgers accomplished 23 of 37 passes for 292 yards with no touchdowns and an interception in Sunday’s sport at Lambeau Discipline because the Packers (8-2) returned to successful methods.
“A lot of emotions, for sure,” Rodgers mentioned after the sport. “Good to be again with the blokes, good to be again at house, good to be again on the sector, actually.
“Most feelings from the entire night time was in all probability strolling off the sector after the sport.
“Definitely got me a little misty heading off. So that was good to feel all those emotions and good to be back with the guys.” Rodgers obtained widespread criticism for telling reporters in August that he was “immunized” when he was requested if he had been vaccinated.
Rodgers mentioned he has an allergy to an ingredient within the mRNA vaccines produced by Pfizer BioNTech and Moderna Inc and so he declined to take these. He didn’t take the Johnson & Johnson vaccine as a result of concern about uncomfortable side effects, he mentioned. The NFL on Wednesday fined the Packers $300,000 and two gamers, together with Rodgers, $14,650 every for violating COVID-19 protocols.