Aaron Rodgers and Nicki Minaj have been slammed for statements they've made on the COVID-19 vaccine, although Ansari stopped short of calling them "idiots."
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers said he does not want to be a "politicized person" during an interview on The Pat McAfee Show.
The Green Bay Packers quarterback was teased over his previous comments about COVID-19 vaccines.
The 49ers advance to the NFC championship after a crazy finish in Green Bay on Saturday night.
Here's a look at everything from odds, frigid weather, TV channels, radio stations, announcers, referee, playoff histories, and more.
The second round will kick off Saturday (Jan. 22) with top seeds Green Bay and Tennessee each hosting divisional round games.
There will be two games Saturday, three on Sunday and a Monday night playoff game for the first time ever. Here are times, TV and radio options for all six games.
While the Green Bay quarterback has put up MVP-caliber numbers, a number of off-the-field issues have turned some voters against him.
"We have heard from the beginning of this entire season exactly what he thinks about everything," Collinsworth said.
300,000 shares of stock in the Green Bay Packers will be for sale starting Tuesday morning, the first sale since 2011-12.
The team was fined $300,000 while Rodgers and another player were each fined $14,650.
"I understand that this issue in general is very charging to a lot of people because we're talking about public health," Rodgers said on Tuesday.
Former "Jeopardy!" champ Matt Amodio has criticized the show's former guest host Aaron Rodgers, after the revelation that he has not taken the COVID-19 vaccine.
The Green Bay Packers quarterback has received criticism for previously telling reporters he was "immunized" against COVID-19.
"Unfortunately, we've got players that pretty much think only about themselves," the Pittsburgh Steelers legend said.
The Green Bay Packers' quarterback now has to quarantine for 10 days, per the NFL's protocol, after testing positive for COVID.
"Health should not be political," Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers said during an interview on Friday.
The quarterback who had a cameo spot on 'Jeopardy!' now has his team in peril of losing a top playoff seed since he tested positive for COVID-19.
The quarterback has dodged the question about vaccinations in the past, and he will now miss Sunday's start against the Kansas City Chiefs.
Should the Rams keep winning, they'll have the easiest playoff road schedule in NFL history.
Earlier this week, Favre repaid $600,000 to the state after having already given back $500,000 of the $1.1 million the auditor said he took from a nonprofit.
The former NFL star is part of a large case involving misappropriation of welfare agency funds.
His father died from COVID complications earlier this year in Texas.
With the Packers hosting the Lions on Monday, it's not far-fetched that Hall of Fame quarterback Brett Favre could be a guest during the alt broadcast.
Some people suggested the quarterback may be better suited hosting the game show than leading the Packers after the 38-3 loss.
The Chicago Bears, Green Bay Packers, Minnesota Vikings and Detroit Lions each lost in Week 1, making them the third entire division to start 0-1 since 2002.
Rodgers, who is a self-described super fan of the show, guest-hosted "Jeopardy!" in April for two weeks.
"We want him back," CEO Mark Murphy told 3,900 shareholders who gathered at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wisconsin.
Rodgers is under contract for the next three years but has remained adamant about his issues with the team's management.
The Packers quarterback said his beef with the organization wasn't the fact that they traded up to draft quarterback Jordan Love in the 2020 NFL Draft.