NFL Players Ordered to Wear Colored Wristbands to Identify Vaccination Status

Teams increasing pressure on players who refuse experimental injections

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Players on multiple NFL teams have been ordered to wear colored wristbands identifying whether or not they have received an experimental COVID jab, according to reports.

The Pittsburgh Steelers and Tampa Bay Buccaneers are two organizations who are forcing non-injected team members to publicly reveal their personal medical information as it pertains to coronavirus ‘vaccinations.’

“Those who have yet to get the shot will stick out like a proverbial sore thumb,” Pro Football Talk reports.

“Per the team, Steelers players who haven’t been vaccinated will be wearing yellow wristbands at practice.”

The Buccaneers will reportedly employ a similar system of segregation, as players who have opted to decline an injection will wear yellow wristbands while those who have been jabbed will sport red bracelets.

Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians has also warned non-injected players they will face steep on-the-spot fines for COVID protocol infractions.

“I don’t like fining players, but I’m not going to tell anybody to get a mask on. They’ll just get automatically hit with $14,000,” Arians told the Tampa Bay Times.

“A vaccinated player will get tested 14 times this year. An unvaccinated player will get tested 140.”

The NFL recently warned teams of heavy penalties for teams with players who run afoul of new tyrannical COVID mandates.

Ten NFL squads claim that more than 90% of their players have received experimental jabs.


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