Minnesota Vikings starting quarterback Kirk Cousins is drawing ire for comments he made during an interview on “10 Questions With Kyle Brandt,” a podcast that runs on Spotify.
If I die, I die
Talk about living the zero fucks given life! Our hats are off to Kirk Cousins!
Certainly a lot of people share that same sentiment, but it wouldn’t be a total surprise if Cousins, who finally started to win big games last year after having a stain on his resume about not showing up in prime time games, nor playoffs, walks back on those remarks and encourages people to wear masks for the overall good of society. While wearing masks sucks for everyone and is an inconvenience, it’s something that must be done to get past this pandemic.
Cousins was quoted as saying that he did’t believe masks helped prevent the spread of COVID-19, but then went on to say that he was respectful of other people’s “concerns” about the virus.
With the NFL kicking off in under two weeks and hoping to play a full season, the quarterback’s comments drew a lot of comments on social media today.
During the testing period that ran from August 21 – 29, 8,739 players and personnel were administered almost 60,000 tests.
Game day protocols have been altered to make it mandatory for every coach and staff member that occupies the bench area to wear a mask as well as reduce the size of each team’s travel party.
With the first game around the corner, it will be an interesting season to say the least. Here is to hoping Kirk Cousins and the Minnesota Vikings keep this bug away from their locker room and win the NFC North.
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