Injured in the previous two games
Massachusetts, America.- Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers acknowledged Wednesday that his toe injury had been a fracture. He promised not to miss the game due this circumstance.
Rogers stated that he must manage the pain. “This is all about pain management. As the disease progresses I will manage my pain and hope to be able to heal it with a few exercises over the next few weeks. To help me with my pain and achieve my goals, I will be participating in training camps. Participate every week in the competition.
Rogers was unable to play in the 13-7 defeat to Kansas City because of a positive Covid-19 Test. Rogers has had two kick injuries during the past two games. He was hurt while training in isolation at home, according to the NFL MVP.
Rogers stated that the injury occurred to the fifth metatarsal and that he had a surgical option which would not result in him missing a game.
The Packers (8-3) will play host to the Los Angeles Rams (7-3), who are leading the Northern Division in the National League. After that, it’s goodbye week.
Rogers stated: “I will certainly consider all of the options for Goodbye Week and decide that it is best to stick to the finish.” Rogers claimed that his foot injury, which he described as “very, very painful”, was more severe than a sprained thumb in Sunday’s defeat to Minnesota by 34-31.
On Wednesday, he provided more details and rejected reports that he had a “Covid foot,” the name of a disease that caused harm to people who tested positive for Covid-19.
Rogers was only training last Friday, but he still completed 23 out of 33 passes with a distance of 385 yards, 4 touchdowns and no interceptions against the Vikings.