I feel like we are going to hear about these everyday now….
Famous personalities who take the jab and then end up with either adverse side-effects, or wind up actually contracting Covid-19.
The thing about uncommon occurrences is this: they’re NOT COMMON.
If you notice that something has happened to several famous people—already an incredibly small sample size, then you can bet that what you’re seeing is not an uncommon occurrence at all, but something that is all too common.
Titans Quarterback Ryan Tannehill was forced into taking a vaccine he did not want, and he contracted Covid-19 anyway…
I wish him a speedy recovery, and I wonder who we will hear about next…..
Here are some updates on Ryan Tannehill:
Titans GM Jon Robinson said starting QB Ryan Tannehill has been placed on covid-19 list. Tannehill is vaccinated. Robinson said Tannehill is feeling OK.
Titans HC Mike Vrabel tested positive for covid and there are other positive tests with players/coaches in the organization.
— Cameron Wolfe (@CameronWolfe) August 26, 2021
NFL general counsel Larry Ferazani says the league has proposed to the union testing fully vaccinated individuals once a week – rather than once every two weeks – in response to recent data. The union has been pushing for daily testing for everyone.
— Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) August 26, 2021
The NFL official website states:
Tennessee Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill has been placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list, the club announced Thursday.
As a vaccinated player, Tannehill will need two consecutive negative PCR tests over a 24-hour period in order to rejoin the team, if asymptomatic. Per NFL Network’s Cameron Wolfe, general manager Jon Robinson said Tannehill is feeling OK.
That means he theoretically could be back and available for the club’s preseason finale against the Chicago Bears on Saturday (7 p.m. ET, NFL Network), but head coach Mike Vrabel told reporters that Matt Barkley will get the start. Tannehill did not play in the Titans’ first two preseason games against the Atlanta Falcons and Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill, who is double vaccinated, tested positive for covid and is now out a substantial number of days. The NFL covid policy was predicated on breakthrough cases not existing after vaccination. It’s broken. Huge mess for the season coming.
— Clay Travis (@ClayTravis) August 26, 2021
Mike Vrabel: fully vaccinated
Ryan Tannehill: fully vaccinated
Ryan Succop: fully vaccinated
All Titans coaches vaccinated, 97% of players vaccinated; still worse than any outbreak in last year's NFL season (before vaccines).https://t.co/SGiSkmhA1K
— PLC (@Humble_Analysis) August 26, 2021
In July, Tannehill reluctantly began receiving experimental COVID shots, publicly stating that he felt “forced” into the decision.
“The NFL has kind of made it clear what they want to happen. If you don’t fall in line, they’re going to make your life miserable with all the protocols,” he told the media.
Tannehill expressed his frustration at being backed into a corner by the league.
“I wouldn’t have gotten the vaccine without the protocols that they’re enforcing on us. I think it’s a personal decision for everyone. Everyone has to make the best decision for them and their families,” he explained.