Aaron Rodgers is under fire after his comments about Covid-19 vaccination on The Pat McAfee Show. Not only did the NFL quarterback miss Sunday’s game after contracting Covid-19, but he also lost his longtime, lucrative sponsorship with State Farm.

Apex Marketing, a company that tracks national advertisement spots, reported that State Farm only ran Rodgers’ ad 60 times out of the 400 ad placements on NFL Sunday. In a statement on the reporting, Apex Marketing said that they believed it was a reactionary decision due to potential backlash, since the sponsor did not have a new “any new significant ads put in its place.”

State Farm did not comment on the Aaron Rodgers controversy, but they told CNN that they would be running an older ad featuring former NFL player Terry Bradshaw instead.

Over the weekend, Terry Bradshaw slammed Aaron Rodgers for dodging the league’s Covid-19 protocols, calling him a “liar” on national television.

“You lied to everyone,” Bradshaw said. “We are a divided nation politically. We are a divided nation on the COVID-19 whether or not to take the vaccine. And unfortunately, we’ve got players that pretty much think only about themselves. And I’m extremely disappointed in the actions of Aaron Rodgers.”

Others, like former NFL player Michael Strahan, also took offense to Rodgers misquoting Martin Luther King Jr. while attempting to defend his actions on The Pat McAfee Show.

In a sort of Covid-19 anti-vax bingo, Aaron Rodgers’ shocking comments mentioned both “the woke mob” and his belief that he was facing “the final nail [being] put in my cancel culture casket.” He also claimed the media was on a “witch hunt” for athletes who were not vaccinated, called himself a “critical thinker” and revealed that he was taking ivermectin and monoclonal antibodies on recommendation from “a good friend of mine,” podcast host Joe Rogan.

After contracting Covid-19 himself back in September, Joe Rogan also got a lot of heat for telling his audience that people who felt healthy didn’t need to get the vaccine, and that ivermectin was a good treatment, despite medical experts warning people against the parasite dewormer completely.

Aaron Rodgers claimed he is allergic to an ingredient in the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines, but still chose not to get the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, which did not contain whatever Rodgers believed would have had a reaction. According to medical professionals, only two to five cases per million have shown to have allergic reactions to the vaccine.

Shailene Woodley, the Big Little Lies actress and Aaron Rodgers’ fiancée, added fuel to the fire on Monday when she posted about astrology on her Instagram writing, “Calm seas may bring you peace. But storms are where you’ll find your power.”

Despite the couple being in quite a media storm right now, Woodley later deleted the post and claimed that the press was reaching for stories where there were none.

“Do you even know how stories work brah?” she wrote. “Literally lol’ing over here over your determination to make a story out of nothing. Grasping at straws my dears.”

Besides having to sit out of games, the star quarterback could also face thousands of dollars in fines for deceiving the NFL’s Covid-19 safety protocols. Unvaccinated players are required to wear masks in Green Bay, but multiple photos showed Aaron Rodgers without a mask on during press conferences.

The previously 7-1 Green Bay Packers lost to the Chiefs on Sunday, when backup quarterback Jordan Love took the field in Rodgers’ place to throw just one touchdown and one interception.

Aaron Rodgers’ shocking comments will likely have ripple effects in many ways for the NFL quarterback.

“The league has offered no specifics as to the probe,” said NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy on Sunday. “We are continuing to work through the review with the Packers.”