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Aaron Rodgers applauds ‘misinformation’ having ‘COVID toe’ by showing bare foot at press conference

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By Brent furdyk.

6 minutes ago

The news surrounding Aaron Rodgers just keeps getting weirder.

On Wednesday, November 24, the Green Bay Packers quarterback addressed rumors that his toe injury was somehow related to COVID-19.

It all started when Rodgers, who recently tested positive for the coronavirus and revealed that he refused to get vaccinated, appeared on “The Pat McAfee Show.”

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Speaking of her recovery from the virus, she said she was not experiencing “any lingering effects, other than COVID toe.” (Rodgers recently suffered a broken toe.)

However, Rodgers’ deadpan expression made some members of the media unaware that he was joking, including a report in the Wall street journal He reported his “COVID toe” as fact.

As a result, Rodgers kicked off the Zoom press conference on Wednesday by answering a question about his toe.

“I’m glad you asked me just so I can show you my foot injuries here, so if I have enough room in this chamber, let me see if I can,” Rodgers said as he lifted his bare foot into the frame of the chamber. .

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“Oh oh, there is no injury. Oh, what a surprise, ”he said mockingly. “No, actually that is called misinformation when false information about an individual is perpetuated. I have a fractured toe. “

Noting that he was waiting for an apology from the dailyRodgers admitted that “he had fun reading that article. That was very, very interesting, but no, I had never heard of COVID toe before. Patient [McAfee] I made a joke about it on the show, and yesterday I mentioned that it’s worse than a grass toe and it must be a bone problem. “

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