Aaron Rodgers Lastly Reveals His Mysterious Toe Harm

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Aaron Rodgers #12 of the Green Bay Packers passes against the Detroit Lions during the first half at Lambeau Field on September 20, 2021 in Green Bay, Wisconsin.
(Picture by Wesley Hitt/Getty Photos)

 

Inexperienced Bay Packers followers have spent weeks listening to concerning the well being of Aaron Rodgers.

The primary a part of the saga was when he examined optimistic for COVID-19 and needed to sit out for 10 days when it was revealed he was unvaccinated.

That induced him to overlook a showdown with the Kansas Metropolis Chiefs.

He made his return, solely to start out lacking observe due to a mysterious toe damage.

Rodgers by no means revealed what was mistaken with the toe and it led to rumors of him coping with problems from COVID.

The quarterback determined to squash the rumors Wednesday by revealing he in actual fact has a fractured toe.

Rodgers held up his foot on Zoom for all to see.

He’s probably bored with the rumors and at last determined to let the world know what’s going on.

 

A Break Is Coming

Rodgers has talked about this week how painful it has been taking part in with the damage.

Figuring out the damage is a fracture explains why the Packers are letting him miss observe to solely give attention to the video games.

Inexperienced Bay faces an especially robust check this week towards the Los Angeles Rams.

However excellent news is available in Week 13 because the Packers have their bye week.

The late bye really works out of their favor as Rodgers thus will get two weeks to relaxation his toe and recuperate for the ultimate stretch of the common season.

The actual fact Rodgers threw for 385 yards and 4 touchdowns this previous Sunday towards the Minnesota Vikings with a fractured toe is kind of the feat.

He can clearly tolerate the ache throughout video games, however such an damage does restrict his mobility.

The bye week can permit him to get proper and assist the Packers chase the highest total spot within the NFC.



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