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Packers coach Matt LeFleur unlikely to watch Aaron Rodgers' controversial interview

Packers coach Matt LeFleur unlikely to watch Aaron Rodgers' controversial interview

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Green Bay Packers coach Matt LaFleur told reporters Friday he had no plans to watch Aaron Rodgers’ interview about defending his decision to forgo the coronavirus vaccine.

Rodgers gave a stark defense during an interview on “The Pat McAfee Station” just as LaFleur was about to speak and Packers players were getting ready to answer the media. The Packers’ head coach was asked about Rodgers’ interview and said he would “most likely” not watch it at a later point.

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I don’t think about that at the moment. LaFleur shared that her thoughts lie with his team and the finding a way for them to beat Kansas City Chiefs.

LaFleur was also asked his opinion on Rodgers’ statement that he was using ivermectin for COVID symptoms.

“I don’t even know what that word means or what that term is. I mean, I don’t know what you’re trying to get from me,” he said.

 

In a wide-ranging statement on the former NFL punter’s YouTube show, Rodgers took issue with the “woke mob” that was allegedly trying to cancel him for failing to protect himself against the coronavirus as one of the most recognizable faces in sports and the reigning league MVP.

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Aaron Rodgers #12 talks with Green Bay Packers head coach Matt LaFleur during the game against the Washington Football Team at Lambeau Field on October 24, 2021 in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Green Bay defeated Washington 24-10.

There were many reasons he decided not to be vaccinated. He mentioned an allergy he claims he developed from an ingredient in the mRNA vaccinations. Joe Rogan was also a friend of his and he shared with him the treatment Rogan received when he was diagnosed as COVID-19. Rogan admitted that one the medications he took was ivermectin.

Rodgers stated to McAfee that he realized he was in the crosshairs with the “woke mob” and his ex-linebacker partner A.J. Hawk. Hawk.

Rodgers took shots at the NFL media for ripping him and made it a point to say he would’ve explained himself if anyone asked him to explain what he meant when he said he was immunized. Additionally, he said he was allergic to some of the ingredients in the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines and chose not to get the Johnson & Johnson vaccine due to some of its side effects.

Green Bay Packers' quarterback Aaron Rodgers (12) passes while head coach Matt LaFleur and quarterback Jordan Love (10) watch during NFL football training camp Wednesday, July 28, 2021, in Green Bay, Wis.

“I am not anti-vaxx. I live in flat Earth. … I have an allergy to an ingredient that’s in the mRNA vaccines. “I found a long-term vaccination protocol that protected me, and I am very proud of all the work that went into it,” said the Packers star.

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Rodgers will be absent from the Chiefs game and is expected to return for the Seattle Seahawks matchup. Jordan Love will likely start.

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