The FOX NFL Sunday crew did not hold back when it came to Aaron Rodgers’s tumultuous week, with Terry Bradshaw in particular not mincing a single word. The Steelers legend said that Rodgers lied when he said he was “immunized” in August during a press conference. Rodgers went on on The Pat McAfee Show on Friday to explain his unvaccinated status, which also led Bradshaw to criticize his use of the drug Ivermectin.
“It would’ve been nice if he could’ve come to the Naval Academy and learn how to be honest, learned not to lie,” Bradshaw said. “Because that’s what you did, Aaron. You lied to everyone.
“… Unfortunately we’ve got players who think only about themselves and I’m extremely disappointed in the actions of Aaron Rodgers.”
The Packers quarterback now has to quarantine for 10 days per NFL rules since he didn’t receive the COVID vaccine and did not play against the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday.
“You got COVID-19. Ivermectin is a cattle dewormer. Sorry, folks, that’s what it is,” Bradshaw said.
For those above comments, Bradshaw is being blasted online and accused of being paid by ‘Big Pharma’ to push an agenda against Ivermectin.
Hall of Famer Michael Strahan blasted Rodgers’s use of a Martin Luther King Jr. quote in Friday’s controversial interview when the Packers star said, “You have a moral obligation to object to unjust rules and rules that make no sense.”
“There are times to quote Martin Luther King, and this was not one of them as well,” Strahan said.
Rodgers isn’t eligible to return until a day before the Packers face the Seahawks on Nov. 13.