Sport Titans QB Ryan Tannehill Makes Honest Admission On Vaccination Status
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It looks like the NFL’s recent COVID-19 protocol updates led to at least one player getting vaccinated:quarterback .
Following training camp practice on Wednesday, Tannehill revealed to reporters that he is “in the process” of being vaccinated against COVID-19. Presumably, this means he has yet to receive his second dose.
Tannehill also said he would not have gotten the vaccine if not for the NFL’s new policies, which include the possibility of teamsif they are responsible for a COVID-19 outbreak that leads to a postponement that can’t be made up.
The Tennessee Titans (probably) cannot keep this up
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Unvaccinated players also faceregarding daily testing and other conduct, and can be fined for violating any COVID regulations.
Ryan Tannehill told the media he’s “in the process” of being vaccinated and would not have done it “without the protocols they’re (the NFL) forcing on us.”
— Michael Giardi (@MikeGiardi)
Tannehill: “I wouldn’t have gotten the vaccine without the protocols they’re forcing on us.”
— Joe Rexrode (@joerexrode)
Judging by his answers, Tannehill isn’t staunchly against vaccination, because he ultimately got the shot. It makes you wonder if he had previously felt he didn’t need to be inoculated or just didn’t feel comfortable taking the COVID-19 vaccine.
Either way, the NFL is probably very happy to see the new rules had their intended effect on one of the league’s better quarterbacks.
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