Aaron Rodgers returns to Packers facility, set to be activated off COVID-19 list

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Aaron Rodgers is back in the building.

According to multiple reports, the Packers’ quarterback has returned to Green Bay’s facility on Saturday, as expected. Because Rodgers has remained asymptomatic at the end of his 10-day isolation after testing positive for COVID-19, he is now set to be activated off the reserve/COVID-19 list to start Sunday’s game against the Seahawks.

Rodgers tested positive for the virus back on Nov. 3. Because he is unvaccinated, he was immediately declared out for Green Bay’s Week nine matchup with Kansas City.

After he earned his third MVP award in 2020, Rodgers is a candidate for the same award in 2021. He’s completed 67 percent of his passes for 1,894 yards with 17 touchdowns and just three interceptions this season.

Sunday’s matchup between Green Bay and Seattle will also feature the return of quarterback Russell Wilson, who was activated off injured reserve on Friday. He’s been out since undergoing finger surgery on Oct. 8, missing just three games.

28 responses to “Aaron Rodgers returns to Packers facility, set to be activated off COVID-19 list

  1. In before the wailing and gnashing of teeth?

    Hoping for a good game tomorrow. Cautiously optimistic. Cautiously.

  2. Disgusting that the league has allowed his behavior with that slap on the wrist fine. Should have been suspended multiple games.

    Hope the Packers get obliterated this weekend

  3. Packers fans should be happy that his selfishness shouldn’t cost them any more wins and playoff positioning.

  4. This whole thing proved two things to the Packers’ top brass:

    1) Aaron is a liar

    2) Jordan Love isn’t nearly ready to take over for Aaron.

  5. Packer fans better savor the moment. Only a handful of games left then Rodgers will leave the stadium. Then i see many many many years of searching for another QB of prominence. Considering they dont like to spend money it could be a decades struggle ahead.

  6. It’s hard to envision him being a realistic candidate for MVP with the way he’s put himself before the team dating back to the offseason.

    He created a sideshow all offseason and left the team sufficiently distracted to get blown out by an inferior New Orleans team to open the season, then his whole anti-vax sideshow led to him not being available for an important game the team lost. His not being able to practice with his teammates leading up to the next game is something that should also be scrutinized if they lose to an inferior Seattle team. There’s a pretty good chance they’d be undefeated and in sole possession of the #1 seed if he wasn’t such a jerk.

    Aside from that, missing a game is going to put him behind other quarterbacks when it’s time to compare end-of-season stats.

  7. Aaron Rodgers returns to Packers facility, set to be activated off COVID-19 list.

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    That’s because he’s THE LEADER OF THE PACK!

  8. Was so hoping the Critical Thinker would have to sit another game and we could see what a waste it was to draft J Love in front of the homer crowd. Don’t compare Love to what irritates you about the Critical Thinker. Compare Love to his peers – Joe Burrow, Mac Jones, Herbert, Allen, etc. Bad pick. Time to redraft.

  9. Good a whole new group of fans from across the NFL to cheer against the packers for life.

  10. This whole situation gives us Viking fans something to do. Our team never wins anything, but at least we can yap about the Packers.

  11. He can’t practice, though. The NFL better have reps there to watch this factually true cheating organization.

    The cannot be trusted nor can Goodell, obviously.

  12. Erne Ernesto says:
    November 13, 2021 at 12:28 pm
    Packer fans better savor the moment. Only a handful of games left then Rodgers will leave the stadium. Then i see many many many years of searching for another QB of prominence. Considering they dont like to spend money it could be a decades struggle ahead.
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    like they did when Favre left…

  13. Welcome Back Aaron! Now you have natural immunity! The best possible protection available!

  14. “He can’t practice, though. The NFL better have reps there to watch this factually true cheating organization.

    The cannot be trusted nor can Goodell, obviously.”

    Please get to an elementary school immediately. Also, the only joy you’ll ever experience in life has been brought to you by a cheating organization.

  15. cheeseisfattening says:
    November 13, 2021 at 2:56 pm

    Good a whole new group of fans from across the NFL to cheer against the packers for life.
    +++++
    Aww, glad that makes you feel better. About everything.

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