Corporate America, the media, and the Democrat Party are rushing to mandate Americans take the coronavirus vaccine.

The NFL is at the tip of the spear of that push to impose compulsory vaccination.

And now a star NFL quarterback just made a surprising admission about the coronavirus vaccine.

Ryan Tannehill reinvented his career with the Tennessee Titans.

The Miami Dolphins cast off Tannehill as a bust after taking the Texas A&M product in the first round.

But once Tannehill got to Tennessee, he turned into a star franchise quarterback.

At a recent media availability, Tannehill railed against the NFL’s coronavirus protocols that all-but mandate players, coaches, and team staff take the experimental vaccine.

“I think it’s a personal decision for everyone, everyone has to make the best decision for them and their families. That’s kind of our mindset in this building,” Tannehill stated.

But Tannehill admitted the NFL essentially forced him to take the vaccine against his will by making life for unvaccinated players miserable.

“But they’re (NFL) trying to force your hand, and they ultimately have forced a lot of hands by the protocols, which is . . . everyone has their own opinions on it, so, it is what it is,” Tannehill told the media. “I love this game, I love this team, I want to be able to compete and do the things that I think are important, to build chemistry and win football games, so ultimately that forced my hand to get vaccinated.”

Other NFL players like Cole Beasley and Deandre Hopkins declared they will not take the vaccine and believe vaccine mandates are a form of tyranny.

But the NFL – which endorses every trendy left-wing cause in America – is all-in on mandatory vaccinations.

Sports with Balls will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.