Aaron Rodgers won’t operate on his broken toe in Green Bay Packers‘coming up goodbye week, based on NFL Ian Rapoport and Tom Pelissero of Network. The hope is that Rodgers’ toe will heal and improve in the team’s Week 13 bye.
Rodgers revealed last week that he was injured while training at home during the recent quarantine. Despite the injury, Rodgers continued to compete at the MVP level. Since coming off the team’s COVID-19 roster, Rodgers has thrown six touchdowns with just one intercept while leading the Packers to a win over Seahawks and Vikings. And while the Packers came up against the Vikings in Week 11, Rodgers served with a season-high 385 passing yards and four touchdown passes.
In last Sunday’s 36-28 win Rams, Rodgers threw 307 yards and touched the ball twice. He also ran his third encounter of the season while helping the Packers improve to 9-3 over 12 games.
After Sunday’s game, the defending league’s MVP alluded to the Packers . most recent game Super Bowl champion team when discussing the current team of Green Bay. Like the 2010 team, Green Bay’s roster is full of talented but unannounced players like full-backs Rasul Douglas. A member of Quantity‘practice squad before Packers signed him early last month, Douglas’ picks six Rams defenders Matthew Stafford the end of the third quarter extended the Packers’ lead to 36-17.
“I said it for a while around 2010, there were so many people on that team that I felt as if it was unwelcome by certain people, certain teams,” Rodgers said, via Matt Schneidman of The Athletic. “They think they’re done or just can’t find a place for them. I’m really proud of those contributions.”
https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/news/aaron-rodgers-does-not-plan-to-have-surgery-on-injured-toe-during-packers-bye-week-per-report/ Aaron Rodgers is not planning to have surgery on his injured toe during Packers’ goodbye week, according to reports