Howard Stern Blasts Aaron Rodgers: “I Would Throw This Guy Out Of The Football League So Fast.”

SiriusXM Radio host Howard Stern blasted Aaron Rodgers in regards to Covid-19 news that is circling around his name within the last week. 

Aaron Rodgers has been the “talk of the town” after the Green Bay Packers announced that he has tested positive for COVID-19. Within a few hours after the news broke that he had contracted Covid-19, Rodgers’ vaccine status surfaced. He had not taken the Covid-19 vaccine despite telling reporters that he had been “immunized”. 

Howard Stern started off his discussion on the topic by saying, “If there was decency in this world, you know, I would throw this guy out of the football league so fast. What he did to his fellow teammates … this f*g guy, they should throw him out of the league so fast…..with the guy who crashed his car at 156 mph.” Stern was referencing Henry Ruggs who was recently released from the Raiders after a car crash that left a young woman dead. “You know that whole bulls*t game [of], ‘Yeah, I have the antibodies.’ I don’t know where these guys get their information from,” Stern stated. “At the press conference, he said he got his information from Joe Rogan. With all due respect … I don’t know what has happened to this country.”

He later added, “We have no time for idiots in this country anymore. We don’t want you. We want you to all, either go to the hospital — stay home — die there with your Covid. Don’t take the cure, but don’t clog up our hospitals with your Covid when you finally get it. Stay home, don’t bother with science, it’s too late. Go f* yourself, we just don’t have time for you.”

Furiously, Stern adds, “The next time this f**khead gets injured on the field, they should bring in Joe Rogan to fix the bones. They should have him treat him.”

In regards to Aaron Rodgers’ comment regarding his antibodies, if his antibody levels are high enough, Rodgers could be considered fully vaccinated with just one shot. 

The NFL-NFLPA regular-season COVID protocols allow for an individual to become fully vaccinated via “a quantitative antibody test (taken at the club facility and administered by BioReference Laboratory personnel after Aug. 26, 2021 and before the individual has received any dose of a COVID vaccine) demonstrating COVID total antibody levels (IgG, IgA, IgM) to the spike protein of 100 U/mL or greater, and a positive antibody test to the COVID IgG nucleocapsid protein, and 14 days have passed since the individual received one dose of any COVID vaccine (Johnson & Johnson, Pfizer or Moderna).”

Under league protocols, if Rodgers tests positive and is unvaccinated, he must quarantine for a minimum of 10 days and cannot return until Nov. 13 at the earliest, if he remains asymptomatic. It’s unclear if he will face discipline for lying about his vaccination status and many are upset that his lies led to him practicing on the field, playing in games and speaking at pressers unmasked, potentially putting others at risk.