Aaron Rodgers: Packers QB heads to locker room early to get injured toe looked at
Within the first quarter of the Packers’ Christmas Day matchup with the Brown, Aaron Rodgers made historical past by throwing his 443rd profession landing move, overtaking Brett Favre for the franchise’s all-time lead. Simply earlier than halftime, although, Rodgers had to head to the locker room forward of his teammates after a painful misstep.
Rodgers had his foot stepped on by offensive lineman Royce Newman after throwing a move—the identical foot the place he already has an injured pinky toe. Although Rodgers completed the half by main Inexperienced Bay on a last-minute landing drive, he went to the locker room early to get his foot looked at, per Cleveland.com’s Mary Kay Cabot.
Rodgers limped a bit after his foot was stepped on, however didn’t come out of the sport, and returned to the sector for Inexperienced Bay’s opening drive of the third quarter. He threw three landing passes within the first half, giving the Packers a 21–12 lead at the break.
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