This week, the NFL is demonstrating they’re experiencing a “pandemic of the vaccinated” with two teams, in particular, showing just how ineffective the jabs really are. The Cleveland Browns had eight “fully vaccinated” players test positive on Tuesday while the Los Angeles Rams had nine.
Among the infected are two Pro Bowl wide receivers.
First, the Browns. According to ESPN:
The Cleveland Browns on Tuesday placed eight players on the reserve/COVID-19 list, including four offensive starters in five-time Pro Bowl wide receiver Jarvis Landry, offensive guard Wyatt Teller, tight end Austin Hooper and left tackle Jedrick Wills Jr.
Defensive end Takk McKinley, punt returner JoJo Natson, backup guard Drew Forbes and reserve tight end Ross Travis also were placed on the list.
All eight players are vaccinated, a source told ESPN.
Now, the Rams. According to the LA Times:
Receiver Odell Beckham Jr., safety Jordan Fuller and seven more Rams players were placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list, the team announced Tuesday.
Defensive back Terrell Burgess, tight end Brycen Hopkins, defensive back JuJu Hughes, offensive lineman Alaric Jackson, nose tackle Sebastian Joseph-Day and practice squad defensive lineman Jonah Williams and practice squad defensive back Tyler Hall were placed on the list.
“This has definitely been the most uniquely challenging situation we’ve dealt with with COVID over the last two years, no doubt about it,” McVay said during a videoconference with reporters before the latest list of players affected was announced.
McVay has said that all but one player on the team was vaccinated. He reiterated Tuesday that all of the players placed on the list have been vaccinated.
This news follows yesterday, the worst testing day for the NFL since the beginning of the pandemic when 37 players tested positive.
The league continues to be the shining example of coerced vaccinations among sports teams with over 94% of players and nearly 100% of coaches and staff members being “fully vaccinated.” This is why their surge of “rare” breakthrough cases is so striking. In a normal world, this would be major news with journalists asking serious questions about the effectiveness of the “vaccines.”
Sadly, we’re no longer in a normal world. The media is busy reporting nothing is out of the ordinary and the jabs are working fine.
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