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Aaron Rodgers Controversy: How Packers QB Aaron Rodgers Has Found Controversy Again?

Aaron Rodgers, the quarterback for the Green Bay Packers, is once again at the center of controversy.

And it was something that I made up on my own.

Rodgers just made some explosive confessions on the immensely renowned Joe Rogan Experiment podcast.

Even though he did not have the vaccine last year, the future Hall of Fame quarterback told Rogan that he intended to convince reporters that he was immune to COVID-19.

Rodgers was honest. Just to clarify, he did not reveal the complete truth.

Before the Packers quarterback tested positive for COVID-19 and missed a game against the Kansas City Chiefs, no one gave his immunization status a second consideration.

There is nothing particularly startling about that aspect of the interview. Most people probably just concluded Rodgers was competent since he used the phrase “immunized.”

Aaron Rodgers’s admission that he had played while under the influence of Percocet is the most controversial aspect of the conversation.

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Rodgers remarked that it is interesting to observe the methods used for pain management, particularly in the context of professional sports. I put “treated” in quotation marks because obtaining opiates like OxyContin, Percocet, and Vicodin was rather simple until about a decade ago.

Rodgers explained, “I wasn’t taking any excessive amount; I was just medicating for discomfort.” Here’s the deal: “I’ve been dealing with knee problems for years, and I’ve been taking anti-inflammatories.”

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I’m fairly confident that I can name at least one game that Rodgers could have played while under the influence of pain medication.

Rodgers has a history of controversy. He is who he is, whether you like it or not, and I have no doubt that he will be able to handle this current news story with ease.

As a matter of fact, I wouldn’t be surprised if Rodgers had already planned the responses he would make to reporters before making the statements to Rogan.

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