Aaron Rodgers doesn’t have “COVID toe”, but the Green Bay Packers quarterback is dealing with a fractured toe that likely gave him a ton of pain on Sunday.
Rodgers’ digit first became an issue when he was listed with a toe injury following his return from the COVID-19 list. He joked on The Pat McAfee Show about “COVID toe,” which led to him having to show his foot and prove that he has a fractured toe.
The Packers made it to their bye with a win over the Rams and now, the Packers QB will have to decide whether to have surgery on his broken toe.
He told after the game that the fractured pinkie toe “felt good most of the game,” but that he will undergo more testing in the morning. He will then make a decision on whether to have surgery.
“Aaron Rodgers just reiterated post-game on the FOX broadcast that everything is on the table when it comes to his pinky toe (surgery, etc) heading into the bye week. Said he’ll talk to the doctors and take some X-Rays. But is determined he is not missing any time,” Kyle Malzahn tweeted on Sunday night.
Green Bay improved to 9-3 on the season with Sunday’s win over Los Angeles.