The champion team of the Super Bowl, Tampa Bay, is the second in the NFL to reach the total number of vaccinated in its organization
TAMPA – The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are now 100 percent vaccinated against COVID-19announced the head coach Bruce arians this Thursday, making them the second team of the NFL to reach that total.
“We are 100 percent vaccinated – our entire organization – all the players, all the coaches, all,” he said. Arians, who has vocally encouraged vaccinations, while accepting that it was at the end of a choice of the players.
The Atlanta Falcons they were the first team to announce that they had achieved a 100 percent vaccination rate.
“It’s something I wanted to do, try to protect the team from danger,” said the runner. Leonard Fournette, who initially refused the vaccine. “People are still catching it, but it is made easier by the vaccine. We need all possible hands for this couple of big games to come.”
The Bucs receive the Dallas cowboys in the regular season opening game of the NFL the next Thursday.
“I just prayed for it,” he said Fournette. “So whatever happens will happen. I’m just trying to be the best partner I can be. Not causing more of what we can deal with as things are. People get sick every day. I’m just trying to be a better person and do it”.
The Bucs they have three players – the offensive linemen Earl watford and Nick Leverett, and the defensive lineman Ndamukong suh– currently in the reservation list / COVID-19 after activating the spot kicker Ryan Succop from the same list this Thursday.
Arians He said he would wait with all three of them back in time for the start of the regular season next week.