No, Aaron Rodgers doesn't have 'Covid Toe.' Yes, that's a real thing
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Aaron Rodgers showed his feet to prove he doesn't have 'Covid Toe.'
Aaron Rodgers headed to the locker room just before halftime during the Green Bay Packers' game against the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday in Week 11. Rodgers reportedly received treatment for a toe injury that had been bothering him, and then took the field in the second half. The Vikings won the game, 34-31, but Rodgers looked phenomenal, finishing the afternoon with 385 yards, four touchdowns, and zero interceptions.

Rodgers talked about his toe injury during his weekly appearance on the Pat McAfee Show the following Tuesday. He only seemed to cause more confusion with his comments, which is the Aaron Rodgers specialty when it comes to medical information at this point.

When asked about his recovering from a positive Covid test earlier this month, Rodgers responded: "No lingering effects, other than the Covid Toe." You can watch the clip here:

Rodgers offered two other quotes that shed light on his status during the interview:

Related Packers QB Aaron Rodgers vaguely clarifies his toe injury with Pat McAfee

"I believe that I mentioned that it was more painful than turf toe – and I had turf toe two years ago," Rodgers said. "Naturally I'm leading people to understand that if it's worse than turf toe it must have some kind of bone issue."

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