This was something that the New York Jets quarterback said he always wanted to do for the first time since playing in New York/New Jersey area after 18 years with the Green Bay Packers.
New York Jets quarterback Aaron Rodgers attended the US Open on Sunday and crossed an item off of his sports bucket list.
According to Associated Press, the New York Jets quarterback attended the US Open on Sunday, to mark the occasion, Rodgers posted a picture on his Instagram story of No. 2 seed Novak Djokovic with words “Bucket list” and a green check mark emoji. Above the picture of Djokovic, the New York Jets quarterback used a red line to cross out a Moderna logo on an ad one side panel.
The 36 year old New York Jets quarterback said that he was a big fan of the tennis player and then he realized that there was a Moderna sign in the background. He added that Novak is the one of the most fit athletes in the world and that anybody looking at the situation realized how ridiculous it was not to allow the athlete into the country. The New York Jets quarterback said that he is like Djokovic that cares about health, and that he was just having a little bit of fun with his post.
The New York Jets quarterback made headlines two years ago when he was asked about his vaccination status and he said that he was immunized. However, the New York Jets quarterback later acknowledged that he misled some people about his status, confirming that he was not vaccinated, before he tested positive for CODIV and missing the game during the 2021 season.
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The New York Jets quarterback said that he has sought alternative treatments instead of the NFL endorsed COVID-19 vaccinations at that time because he was allergic to an ingredients in two of the FDA-approved vaccinations.
The New York Jets quarterback and his team will open their season on Monday night at home against the Buffalo Bills.