Packers' Aaron Rodgers shuts down COVID toe rumors — and proves it
Seeing is believing and for Aaron Rodgers, he felt the easiest way to dispel rumors about his suspected “COVID toe” was to indicate the proof.
Throughout a video convention name with reporters on Wednesday, the Inexperienced Bay Packers quarterback lifted his foot on digicam to indicate that he didn’t have any lesions on the underside of his foot — a symptom related to COVID toe.
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“I can’t imagine I’ve to once more come on right here and discuss my medical data however yea I’ve a fractured toe,” Rodgers stated. “I by no means heard of COVID toe earlier than. I’ve no lesions on my ft. That’s only a traditional case of disinformation.”
He continued: “It’s shocking coming from what was a good journalistic establishment however that’s the world we dwell in today.”
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Rodgers made a touch upon his weekly look of The Pat McAfee Present on Tuesday that he had “No lingering results apart from the Covid toe” after his bout with the virus however the comment was stated jokingly — one thing many appeared to overlook.
“The harm, I suffered once I was in quarantine doing my very own exercises and attempting to ramp up my conditioning,” Rodgers stated Wednesday, by way of ProFootballTalk. “Didn’t suppose it was what it was till I’m going to the ability on Saturday earlier than the sport and acquired X-rayed once I acquired cleared and acquired again into the ability.”
He continued: “So it’s nearly ache administration. There’s surgical choices as nicely that wouldn’t contain lacking time. So, fortunately, we’ve acquired an ideal foot man on the town [Dr. Robert Anderson] — the very best within the enterprise who everyone sends stuff to. However I’ll positively have a look at all choices over the bye week and resolve what can be finest to verify I get to the end line.”
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Rodgers is leaving no room for error in relation to his prognosis — he modified his Twitter image to the picture of his foot on Wednesday.
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