Aaron Rodgers became the laughstock of the NFL world with his recent antics. After his scandal involving his positive test and health, Rodgers has taken all the required steps to heal. However, there’s no way he’ll heel soon enough from Billy Turner’s ragging. Turner hilariously called out to the reporters for being into ‘foot fetishes’ since they stirred up the quarterback to show his foot on camera.
The offensive linebacker apparently attended the conference just to show how much the reporters agitate the players and pick on them to the point they get them disturbed. And so before leaving he said, “Y’all on that toe fetish sh*t.”
Aaron Rodgers shows his foot at a press conference
Initially, it all started when Aaron Rodgers, during his interview on Wednesday, put his foot up in front of the camera to prove that he had no such thing as a COVID-toe, which he joked about on Tuesday. Instead, he had a broken pinky toe, which has been bothering him since his matchup against the Minnesota Vikings.
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“I’m glad you asked just so I could show you the lesions of my foot here, so if I have enough room on this camera, let me see if I can,” Rodgers said hilariously on Wednesday during his Zoom news conference. “Oh, there’s no lesions whatsoever. Oh, what a surprise. No, that’s actually called disinformation when you perpetuate false information about an individual. I have a fractured toe.”
Aaron Rodgers was clearly waiting for the COVID-toe question because you can hear him say, “I don’t know if I have room to get my toe up there,” at the start of his press conference.
Here’s his full answer about his fractured toe — with said toe on the screen. pic.twitter.com/hoC2UZTxME
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Rodgers playing through his injury
Aaron Rodgers had to deal with the toe injury throughout his Sunday’s loss against the Vikings. He had to go to the locker room during the first half of the game and backup QB Jordan Love briefly replaced him. He took the final few snaps of the second quarter.
According to Rodgers, his toe injury may continue throughout the season. However, he still plans to play through it, missing no game.
“There’s surgical options, as well, that wouldn’t involve missing time, so thankfully, we’ve got a great foot guy in town — the best in the business, who everybody sends stuff to,” Rodgers said, referring to foot specialist Dr. Robert Anderson. “But I’ll definitely look at all options over the bye and decide what would be best to make sure that I get to the finish line.”