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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have a player who may be in hot water over the possibility of a fake vaccination card.

The NFL has left it up to each team to be responsible for making sure players are vaccinated. In order to do so, they’re using the vaccination cards as proof. One player may have found a way around it.

Wide receiver Antonio Brown has been recovering from an injury, but that may be the least of his troubles. His former live-in chef may have spilled the beans on what happened.

According to Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times, Brown’s girlfriend allegedly asked the chef if he could get his hands on fake vaccination cards, which Brown would pay for. The request was specifically for a Johnson & Johnson shot vaccination card. The chef was unable to do so.

However, Brown showed cards he had acquired. A personal trainer sent photos of the card to the team in order to add him to the list of vaccinated players. There’s nothing to suggest the trainer was aware it was a fake. The team had previously announced that the entire team has been vaccinated.

It’s unknown whether Brown has gotten a vaccination. The NFL can penalize the team and player for not following league protocols.
[Source: Yahoo.com/Tampa Bay Times]

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