Report: Aaron Rodgers not planning to have toe surgery at this time

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Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers told reporters after Sunday’s victory over the Rams that he would decide whether to have surgery to repair his fractured toe in the morning.

A choice has apparently been made.

According to NFL Media, Rodgers will not undergo surgery at this time. With the Packers’ bye this week, Rodgers will rest the toe with the hope that it will heal and improve.

Rodgers has played well, despite the toe injury. In the Packers’ last two games, Rodgers has completed 65 percent of his passes for 692 yards with six touchdowns and no interceptions. He also rushed for a 1-yard touchdown in Sunday’s win over Los Angeles.

Rodgers injured his toe while working out during his COVID-19 quarantine.

Green Bay will host Chicago in Week 14.

19 responses to “Report: Aaron Rodgers not planning to have toe surgery at this time

  1. Guess that means we will have to listen to Rodgers wine about all the pain he is playing through every week!

  2. Probably will wait until after the NFC Championship game to have surgery. Will have a several months to heal.

  3. Of course he’s not getting it fixed. That would eliminate his ready made excuse if and when he plays poorly. Taking a page right out of Big Ben’s playbook.

  4. I like QBs that play well through injuries. Especially QBs that know the difference between their center and their guard.

  5. All it takes is one 300 lb Dlineman to “accidentally” mash that toe and he’ll be wishing he had had the surgery

  6. He didn’t “choose”.

    Wisconsin Law specifies that elective surgeries are available exclusively for the vaccinated.

  7. IMHO, it’s difficult to be the Greatest Diva of all time in a universe filled with divas but Rodgers has done it. #GDOAT

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