Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers missed final Sunday’s sport in opposition to the Kansas City Chiefs, however will return in Week 10.
NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero studies that Rodgers shall be activated from the Reserve/COVID-19 listing and subsequently begin in opposition to the Seattle Seahawks. Jordan Love will function Rodgers’ backup.
Rodgers, who beforehand said that he was “immunized,” examined optimistic for COVID-19 on November 3. He was instantly remoted from the crew and remained away from Lambeau Field till Saturday.
Despite not practising for 10 days, Packers head coach Matt LaFleur expressed his confidence in Rodgers.
“Had a lot of conversations with Aaron in that regard as to what he needs to be ready to go,” LaFleur mentioned, via ESPN. “It wouldn’t be the first time in his career that he hadn’t practiced an entire week and gone on and played a game. So as long as he’s confident with what we’re doing with him, then we’ll see where he’s at.”
Due to Rodgers deceptive the league and its reporters over his vaccination standing, he and the Packers had been hit with hefty fines.
The 37-year-old Rodgers has since apologized for his misleading comments and brought “full responsibility” for the issues they precipitated.