Packers’ Aaron Rodgers (toe) practices, will play vs. Vikings
Inexperienced Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers insisted Wednesday he was “undoubtedly taking part in” in Sunday’s recreation on the 4-5 Minnesota Vikings regardless of the thriller toe harm that he picked up earlier than final Sunday’s win over the Seattle Seahawks that stored him off form earlier within the midweek.
No worries, Inexperienced Bay followers, because the reigning Most Worthwhile Participant is staying true to his phrase forward of the Thanksgiving vacation.
Based on Rob Demovsky of ESPN, Rodgers practiced Friday and is on observe to start out for the 8-2 Packers at Minnesota.
“He was restricted at this time,” Packers coach Matt LaFleur stated of his QB1. “He seemed good throwing the soccer. I am assured that he’ll be in an excellent place on Sunday.”
All that continues to be recognized about Rodgers’ problem is that he suffered the setback whereas isolating away from the workforce after he examined optimistic for COVID-19 as an unvaccinated participant and missed what grew to become a loss to the Kansas Metropolis Chiefs on Nov. 7. He cleared well being and security protocols final Saturday however did so carrying the toe harm that left him with no game-status designation towards Seattle.
Rodgers accomplished 23-of-37 passes for 292 yards with no touchdowns and an interception in his return from his coronavirus-related absence. One wonders if the 37-year-old will look extra like a future Corridor of Famer this weekend.