Aaron Rodgers Has Tested Positive For COVID, Will Miss Sunday’s Game Against The Chiefs

Aaron Rodgers

Aaron Rodgers has had quite the wild ride in 2021.

He’s gone from guest host on Jeopardy, to possibly retiring from football and partying his ass off and singing country music with his fiancée in Hawaii, to coming back to football and leading the Packers to a 7-1 record so far this season.

And to add to the list?

The man just tested positive for COVID-19.

According to ESPN, he has tested positive and since he is unvaccinated, he will miss the game against the Kansas City Chiefs this upcoming Sunday.

“Under league protocol, if Rodgers tests positive and was unvaccinated, he would have to quarantine for a minimum of 10 days and could not return until Nov. 13 if he remained asymptomatic.”

Rodgers now joins fellow quarterback Kurt Benkert, and starting wide receivers Davante Adams and Allen Lazzard on the Green Bay COVID-19 list.

Needless to say, it’ll be interesting to see how backup quarterback Jordan Love does in his first start, especially without the Packers’ two top weapons at wide receiver.

The NFL’s Covid policy differentiates between vaccinated and unvaccinated players, and it was unclear if Rodgers was vaccinated or not since earlier this year he said he was “immunized,” but it appears as though he is not:

I guess the Delta Variant won at the Halloween party ol’ Rodgers attended. Not even John Wick can stop the COVID…

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock