Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers entered the game with a highly-publicized toe injury, which some had been wrongfully labeling as “Covid Toe”:
Rodgers actually has a fractured toe that is expected to bother him for the remainder of the season. The Fox broadcast crew was discussing the injury early in the first quarter of today’s game. And at the end of the discussion, Buck went ahead and commented on Rodgers’ injured toe by stating it was “immunized against the pain.”
As you know, Rodgers has been blasted for saying he was “immunized” earlier this year when discussing his Covid vaccination status. This led many to believe that he had gotten the vaccine. As we now know, however, he did not get vaccinated. And once he tested positive for the coronavirus, he had to sit out 10 days and miss a game against the Kansas City Chiefs.
As for his toe injury, Rodgers claimed to have sustained it while working out during his time in quarantine. He played with the injury in each of the past two weeks, against the Seahawks and Vikings in weeks 10 and 11, respectively. Rodgers threw for 677 yards, four touchdowns and one interception in those two contests. And the Packers went 1-1, beating Seattle before losing a thriller in Minnesota.
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