Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers, who opened up about his use and experience with the hallucinogenic drug ayahuasca during an offseason trip in 2020, is not considered to be in violation of the NFL's drug policies, according to ESPN. (ESPN)
Rodgers recalled his experience as life-changing and believes it helped pave the way toward his recent successes and the revitalization of his career. After that offseason, Rodgers won consecutive MVP awards and finished as the QB2 and QB5, respectively, in fantasy. Fortunately for the Packers, the news of Rodgers' excursion won't cause him to lose any playing time, but with the roster's offensive turnover, it's expected that Rodgers' numbers will regress in 2022. He is currently going as the QB11 on average, according to FantasyPros.