Antonio Brown tells his lawyer that he has been vaccinated

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In response to a report that Buccaneers receiver Antonio Brown sought and procured a fake COVID vaccination card, Brown’s lawyer says that Brown is vaccinated.

Shockingly, Brown didn’t admit that he submitted a phony card.

Via Mark Maske of the Washington Post, Sean Burstyn said that he asked Brown after the report of a fake card emerged, “Antonio, are you vaccinated?”

Brown said, “‘Yes, I went to a drive-through [vaccination] site and I’m vaccinated.'” (Brown would have said, “Yeah, I’ve been immunized.” But that’s been done.)

As previously explained, this one isn’t hard to crack. Brown’s vaccination card will show the location of the shot, the date of the shot, and the lot number. It would be easy to make a phone call and to confirm that Brown actually for the vaccine on that day from that place and lot number.

33 responses to “Antonio Brown tells his lawyer that he has been vaccinated

  1. Yeah AB has done nothing in his past to make us Think he may have done some shady stuff with the vaccine. Upstanding citizen with good morals! He should be serving burgers at McDonald’s to make a living!

  2. Not sure what state he was in when vaccinated, but there should be a record. RI has one, can go right online and look it up.

  3. I just don’t buy that Antonio Brown is mature enough to drive himself to some vaccination site, on two different dates, to get a shot.

  4. Brown lives with Brady so you know Brady was covering for him and was probably the mastermind behind the entire thing knowing his dad goodell would never dream of doing anything about it.

  5. How can the NFL prove its fake? HIPAA rules state that healthcare can’t provide that info to the NFL. So if it says CVS, CVS can’t give that info up or even look for the person in their records without consent, that’s a violation. The state health department can’t either, without consent, cause they’re considered health clearing houses. All Brown has to say is you don’t have my consent to private info.

  6. He learned to lie and deny from Brady while living with him. Constant scandals follow Brady wherever he goes. This isn’t a coincidence. Brady is probably the mastermind behind this.

  7. crapsand says:
    November 18, 2021 at 9:22 pm
    How can the NFL prove its fake? HIPAA rules state that healthcare can’t provide that info to the NFL. So if it says CVS, CVS can’t give that info up or even look for the person in their records without consent, that’s a violation. The state health department can’t either, without consent, cause they’re considered health clearing houses. All Brown has to say is you don’t have my consent to private info.

    This would work if he wasn’t under contract by the NFL. Good try though.

  8. Time to fire him. He is free to take his HIPPA and shove it. He has no right to be employed in the NFL. It should be fairly easy to verify whether the dirtbag is vaxed or not. A good private investigator can find this out.

  9. Some of you need to learn what HIPAA does and does not protect. Hint. Your employer absolutely can ask you any health questions it wants

  10. joe6606 says:
    November 18, 2021 at 9:48 pm
    Some of you need to learn what HIPAA does and does not protect. Hint. Your employer absolutely can ask you any health questions it wants
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    Yes, they can ask medical questions, but they can’t contact healthcare providers to verify those answers are true unless the individual gives written consent. NFL has left it to each team to verify, but that team would need Consent Forms filled by each player/staff with their healthcare provider designating the team personal to have access to medical records.

  11. joe6606 says:
    November 18, 2021 at 9:48 pm
    Some of you need to learn what HIPAA does and does not protect. Hint. Your employer absolutely can ask you any health questions it wants.

    __________

    No Joe…. They can’t.
    They can ask if you can perform your job or if you have any disabilities that prevent you from doing that job, but they can’t ask why.
    Of course they can choose not to keep you employed if they want. That’s easier to get around than HIPAA laws.

  12. If you work at Joe’s Filling Station, I guess Joe can ask you anything he wants.
    Answer him or be fired.

  13. >> Yes, they can ask medical questions, but they can’t contact healthcare providers to verify those answers are true unless the individual gives written consent. NFL has left it to each team to verify, but that team would need Consent Forms filled by each player/staff with their healthcare provider designating the team personal to have access to medical records.

    I don’t have direct knowledge of what you sign as a player, but my assumption is that NFL employment paperwork/contracts give teams access to your medical records. With all of the injuries which occur on a regular basis, I would be surprised if it was otherwise. As a player, would you want more money or medical privacy? My guess is you would be trading one for the other.

  14. crapsand says:
    November 18, 2021 at 9:58 pm
    joe6606 says:
    November 18, 2021 at 9:48 pm
    Some of you need to learn what HIPAA does and does not protect. Hint. Your employer absolutely can ask you any health questions it wants
    ————————

    Yes, they can ask medical questions, but they can’t contact healthcare providers to verify those answers are true unless the individual gives written consent. NFL has left it to each team to verify, but that team would need Consent Forms filled by each player/staff with their healthcare provider designating the team personal to have access to medical records.
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    I am inclined to think that a standard NFL player contract has a consent clause allowing the NFL to have access to medical records. Or maybe not.

  15. considering his past…why would anyone believe him…why is so easy for him to do the wrong thing…if he has done what he accused of how can anyone associate with a liar and a cheat?

  16. I dont understand how Antonio Brown has millions to pay his lawyers, but doesnt have money to pay a couple thousand to a chef, or his movers.

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