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Howard Stern berates Aaron Rodgers over COVID-19 stance: ‘They should kick him out of the league’

SiriusXM Radio host Howard Stern chided Aaron Rodgers in a lengthy diatribe early Monday. Not only did he scrutinize the Packers quarterback for his stance on COVID-19, but also said the NFL should kick the Packers quarterback out of the league for his selfishness.

“If there was decency in this world, I would kick this man out of the football league so quickly, what he did to his teammates,” Stern said of Rodgers. “And bravo Terry Bradshaw, for what you said, and everyone else who has half a brain in this country. But this f-king man. They should kick him out of the competition ASAP.”

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Stern also mocked Rodgers’ research on the vaccine, which the quarterback shared in detail in an interview on “The Pat McAfee Show.” Stern went so far as to suggest that podcast host Joe Rogan — who persuaded Rodgers to take alternative treatments, such as monoclonal antibodies, ivermectin, zinc, vitamins C and D, and hydroxychloroquine — should be the signal caller next time he’s injured. have to treat.

“Come on, dude. That whole bulls-t game, ‘Yeah, I had the antibodies.’ First of all, I don’t know where these guys get their information from,” Stern said. “During the (McAfee interview), he said he got his information from Joe Rogan. You have doctors who have medical training. I don’t know what happened to this country.

“Next time this f-khead gets injured on the field, they should get Joe Rogan in to fix the bones,” Stern added. “They should have him treated.”

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Be here two portions of the Stern segment, which characterizes strong language.

Much of the criticism of Rodgers has been based on his giving a seemingly deceptive answer in late August when asked if he had been vaccinated against the coronavirus. He said he had been “immunized”, suggesting that he had indeed received the vaccine. But instead, he took alternative treatments in an effort to boost his antibody levels.

The excuses Rodgers gave for not taking the vaccine are also becoming fodder for critics; the research he did, as well as the alternative treatments he took, have been disproved or otherwise advised against by the FDA or CDC.

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Rodgers has been defiant in the face of criticism, even when “Saturday Night Live” featured him in a segment and the Green Bay-based medical organization Prevea Health ended its partnership with the Packers quarterback.

Anyway, the Packers went into Sunday’s game against the Chiefs who led the NFC with a 7-1 record, but struggled with backup Jordan Love leading the way. Kansas City took a 13-7 win as it limited Green Bay to a 301-yard outing.

Due to his unvaccinated status, Rodgers will be eligible to return on November 13, the day before Packers’ Week 10 game against the Seahawks.