New York Jets quarterback Aaron Rodgers appeared on The Pat McAfee Show and labeled a fellow NFL player “Mr. Pfizer.”

That player is Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce.

Kelce starred in a recent Pfizer advertisement where he promoted the flu shot and COVID-19 booster.

NFL Star Becomes Latest Pfizer Sellout

“Travis, did you know you can get this season’s COVID-19 shot when you get your shot?” someone asked Kelce in the commercial.

“Two things at once?” Kelce pondered.

“The CDC recommends getting your COVID and FLU SHOTS at the same visit if you’re due for both,” the ad said.

“Ask about getting this season’s COVID-19 shot when getting your flu shot,” the ad concluded.

In the commercial, Kelce posed with two band-aids representing two injections.


Travis Kelce shared the Pfizer advertisement on his Instagram with the following caption:

With my schedule, saving time is key. The CDC says you can get this season’s updated COVID-19 shot when you get your flu shot if you’re due for both. That’s why I got two shots in one stop! Ask your doctor or pharmacist if it would be right for you. You can also visit CDC’s to learn more and schedule an appointment.

This video is for US residents only and is intended to be viewed as it was originally produced in partnership with Pfizer. The information provided is for educational purposes only and is not intended to replace discussions with a healthcare provider.

Watch the clip where Rodgers referred to Kelce as “Mr. Pfizer”:

Can we also call Kelce “Mr. Bud Light” for this nauseating advertisement?

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