A top NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE quarterback has been placed on COVID reserve status after screening positive for the virus – despite having already received multiple experimental injections.
Ryan Tannehill, starting signal caller for the Tennessee Titans, is certainly reportedly one of at least 7 players on the team that have tested positive for the coronavirus this week, along with head coach Mike Vrabel.
Incredibly, the Titans believe around 98 percent of the team continues to be jabbed or recovered through the disease.
Vaccinated players that are asymptomatic are required to produce 2 negative PCR tests over the 24-hour period in order to be permitted to rejoin team activities.
“ The NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE has already implemented ‘ enhanced mitigation protocol’ targeting groups with COVID clusters (e. g. Titans), working with the particular union to reimplement every day testing, masking, distancing, and so forth Sills says they’ve seen clusters, but no outbreaks with uncontrolled, ongoing distribute, ” Tom Pelissero from the NFL Network reported on Thursday.
In July, Tannehill reluctantly began receiving experimental COVID shots, publicly stating that he felt “ forced” to the decision.
“ The NFL has kind of made it very clear what they want to happen. If you don’t along with line, they’re going to make your life miserable with all the protocols, ” he told the media.
Tannehill expressed his frustration at being backed in to a corner by the league.
“ I wouldn’t have gotten the vaccine without the methods that they’re enforcing on all of us. I think it’s a personal choice for everyone. Everyone has to make the greatest decision for them and their families, ” he explained. “ That’s kind of our mindset in this building. But they’re trying to force your hand, plus they ultimately have forced a lot of hands by the protocols. ”
“ I want to be able to contend and do the things I think are very important to build chemistry and earn football games. Ultimately, that will forced my hand into obtaining the vaccine. ”