Aaron Rodgers made his weekly appearance on Tuesday’s “Pat McAfee Show” more explicit about his toe injury.
Before saying he had finished providing updates on his medical condition in the program – a widely circulated interview quote revealed why Rodgers was not getting the COVID vaccine – Rodgers gave an even clearer update on the injury he suffered during his COVID. Quarantine.
“I believe it’s worth mentioning that it’s more painful than turf toe – and I had a turf toe two years ago,” Rodgers said. “Naturally I have caused people to understand that if it’s worse than a turf toe, it must have some kind of bone problem.”
Rodgers hinted that his pinky toe was affected, saying it was “fifth toe better” than the others.
On the follow-up to McAfee Listening How He pierced his toe, saying Rodgers had just finished talking about his “medical condition” on the show.
“Look Pat, I’ve already talked a lot about my medical condition on the show,” laughed Rodgers. “I have given you enough information at this point – my toe injury is not going away and I’m going to deal with it for at least the next few weeks.”
Rodgers’ former Packers teammate AJ Hawk jokingly suggested that Rodgers cut Pinkie Toe, a missed opportunity to make no Big Lebowski reference during this hit.