Aaron Rodgers intentionally tricked the media and took Percocet on a drama-filled season en route to his $150 million expansion, as revealed on Joe Rogan’s podcast

Aaron Rodgers had a drama-filled 2021-22 season, and as he revealed on Joe Rogan’s podcast, he caused some of that drama himself.

The Packers quarterback is without a doubt one of the most talented quarterbacks in the league. He can make just about any throw you want, and there are only a few quarterbacks in the league who can say they have a bigger arm than him.

Rodgers has consistently been one of the top two quarterbacks in the league over the years. He’s won MVP the last two years in a row, showing how age hasn’t really affected his performance.

Despite rumors of retirement or a roster change, Rodgers was back for the Packers last year, leading his team to the forefront as he has for so long in his career.

Unfortunately, the Packers couldn’t win the Super Bowl despite Rodgers’ heroics, and they had a forgetful offseason, losing All Pro Davante Adams.

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Aaron Rodgers revealed he cheated the media and was on Percocet

One of the biggest storylines of Rodgers’ season last year was his Covid-19 vaccine status. Earlier in the year, Rodgers said he had “been immunized”, implying he had received the Covid-19 vaccine.

However, when the star quarterback contracted Covid-19, it was revealed that he hadn’t actually taken the vaccine and was ‘immunized’ in his own way.

Rodgers was unconvinced behind the statistics supporting the vaccine, so he chose not to take it. However, he had violated league rules by not saying so clearly and had lied to the media.

Recently, Rodgers revealed on the Joe Rogan podcast that he did it on purpose, carefully choosing “immune” to describe his vaccine status.

Additionally, Rodgers also revealed that he played one game during the season on Percocet, a common painkiller. Rodgers said he suffered from inflammation and taking the drug was the best option for him.

“It was more for pain management, so I wasn’t taking a high dosage, but stupid, ultimately,” he explained. “Here’s the thing: I’ve had knee problems for a long time and you’re on anti-inflammatories.”

“You’re taking anti-inflammatories, they all come with a warning that if you take them for more than a few weeks you need to have your blood tested as it can damage your liver. There’s so much you can take now , anti-inflammatories, which are natural, which do not cause harm to your body.

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