Aaron Rodgers doesn’t practice, again, due to toe injury

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Another day, another missed practice for Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers.

Like last week, he hasn’t practiced on Wednesday or Thursday due to a toe injury. He has said that he has a fractured pinkie toe, after joking that he has COVID toe. (And then getting pissy after some took his joke seriously.)

Also not practicing on Thursday was tackle David Bakhtiari (knee), receiver Malik Taylor (abdomen), and cornerback Kevin King (hip, knee). Running back Aaron Jones continues to participate on a limited basis with an MCL sprain. Linebacker Rashan Gary, who missed Sunday’s game at Minnesota, was limited with an elbow injury.

Receiver Davante Adams fully participated on Thursday with an ankle injury. He was limited on Wednesday. Receiver Alan Lazard continues to be limited with a shoulder injury.

The Packers, who have lost two of three, host the Rams, who have lost two in a row, on Sunday.

7 responses to “Aaron Rodgers doesn’t practice, again, due to toe injury

  1. I don’t need to practice. I’m that good, really. But you should all know that by now.

  2. He wasn’t working out with Green Bay trainers. Nope, his lying actions required him to work out on his own where he promptly screwed things up. Nice work. .

  3. A fractured toe is hugely painful — would the league permit steel toed shoes to offer some protection?

  4. I’m sorry, but I just watched his press conference for the first time. I don’t believe for one second he showed his injured toe to the camera. There wasn’t any trauma demonstrated. Heck, if I stub my toe there’s always a little black and blue trauma as the result, at least some. His foot looked like he just got out of a ManSpa with a pedicure, smelling like oranges and tea. I don’t buy it.

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