Travis Kelce has laughed off Aaron Rodgers’ new nickname for the Kansas city Chiefs tight stop .
the injured new york Jets quarterback referred to as him “Mr. Pfizer” at some point of his weekly appearance on ESPN’s “The Pat McAfee display.”
“I idea it become quite suitable,” the 34-year-old Kelce told reporters on Friday, given the mustache he’s presently sporting.
With the mustache, I appear to be someone named Mr. Pfizer. Who knew I’d get into vax wars with Aaron Rodgers, man?
Mr. Pfizer in opposition to the Johnson & Johnson family over there.
The Jets are owned with the aid of Robert timber “Woody” and Christopher Johnson, contributors of the founding family of Johnson & Johnson
Kelce, who starred in a Pfizer industrial selling the Covid-19 vaccination, delivered that he turned into “comfortable” with the call while advocating for the vaccine.
McAfee requested Rodgers again about the nickname, to which the 39-12 months-antique quarterback said: “He’s doing classified ads for Pfizer, so I’m positive he’s proudly owning it.”