All is right with the Green Bay Packers right now. They are coming off another thrilling victory, 31-30 over the Baltimore Ravens. They pulled a game ahead of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Dallas Cowboys for the NFC’s top seed and only first-round bye. That has left Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers feeling a bit frisky.
During an interview from what appears to be Green Bay’s locker room, Rodgers could be seen wearing a “Cancel Culture” hoodie, but with a strikethrough of the phrase. Rodgers has already let the world know his stance on cancel culture.
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— Justis Mosqueda (@JuMosq) December 21, 2021
Rodgers previously appeared on the Pat MacAfee Show letting everyone know that he won’t let the “woke cancel culture” stop him from expressing himself. He went on to say that “I like to speak the truth and I’m not part of this woke cancel culture that gets off on trying to silence people all the time.”
Aaron Rodgers has not shied away from controversy this season. Prior to the start of the 2021 NFL season, he spoke to reporters and led them to believe he was vaccinated. After contracting COVID-19, it was reported that Rodgers was actually not vaccinated.
That set off a firestorm around the Packers and the league. Rodgers missed the game at Kansas City because he was on the COVID-19 reserve list. That is one of only three losses the team has sustained.
After Week 15, Rodgers surpassed Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady as the frontrunner in the NFL MVP conversation. Rodgers has 30 passing touchdowns to only four interceptions this season. Two of those four interceptions came in Week 1 in a poor showing against the Saints. Since then, he and the Packers have been the best team in the league.