The NFL continues to act psychotic during the offseason leading to the 2021-2022 season.
A few weeks ago, the league announced their COVID-19 guidelines for vaccinated and unvaccinated players.
In other words, unvaccinated players are slaves this year.
If you refuse to take part in the Big Pharma medical experiment, you will play this upcoming season under slave status.
Some players and coaches have spoken out or taken a stand against the tyrannical rules:
However, some teams are fully complicit with the league’s stance to treat unvaccinated players as slaves.
One such team is the Pittsburgh Nazis, the team many spectators still call the Steelers.
The team announced unvaccinated players will wear yellow wristbands during practice to identify themselves.
Pro Football Talk reported:
The Pittsburgh Steelers have a high vaccination rate among players. Those who have yet to get the shot will stick out like a proverbial sore thumb.
Per the team, Steelers players who haven’t been vaccinated will be wearing yellow wristbands at practice.
The Steelers have been among the most successful at getting players to choose to take the vaccine. That’s a testament to the persuasive powers of coach Mike Tomlin, who realizes the competitive advantage of getting it — and disadvantage of not getting it.
It won’t be a surprise if, come September, every player remaining on the roster has gotten it.
But according to reports, Pittsburgh isn’t the only team that deserves Nazi status:
After the NFL released a memo last week ramping up pressure on players to get inoculated and allowed teams to use wristbands during practice to distinguish the vaccinated from unvaccinated, NFL Players Association president and Browns center JC Tretter lashed out at the league Monday, stating that the union was against the use of color-coded wristbands.
“We did not agree to them,” Tretter wrote Monday on the union’s website about the wristbands, adding the NFLPA feels they are “unnecessary.”
The defending champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who opened training camp on Sunday, said vaccinated players will wear red wristbands during practice, while players who have not received their shot will wear yellow wristbands, according to NBC Sports.
League protocols dictate that vaccinated players enjoy privileges such as not having to wear face masks, while unvaccinated players are required to wear face coverings and remain socially distanced from teammates.In a controversial memo released last week, the NFL did not provide specific guidance as to how clubs should identify vaccinated and unvaccinated players at practice and in their facilities, deferring that decision to individual teams.