Ron Rivera, coach of Washington Bring vaccination specialists to town to try to persuade players to get COVID-19. On Thursday, Buccaneers coach Bruce Arians was asked if he would bring a vaccine specialist.
“I’m an expert,” Arians told ESPN.com’s Jenna Laine.
“If you want to go back to normal, go get vaccinated,” Arian added, “Eighty-five percent is what we̵7;re filming. . . . It’s still a personal choice. But I see no reason not to vaccinate.”
The question of to what extent players will be vaccinated and can create segregation in the locker room. In Tampa, Arians is making his position clear. If someone in the locker room is as worried about not vaccinating as With Arians feeling the need for vaccinations, things can get stressful.
And then there’s the reality that although roster points can’t technically be decided based on vaccination status. But the team is interested in the case of close contact with the player receiving the ammunition as Arian said It’s a path back to normal. and when the options This is normal and normal. Entering normal mode is in the team’s best interests.