The Wall Street Journal: There may be a silver lining for Aaron Rodgers and his painful ‘COVID toe’

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Aaron Rodgers on field during the first half of Green Bay’s road loss on Sunday to Minnesota.

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Since Aaron Rodgers returned to the field after testing positive for COVID-19, having sat out 10 days because he was unvaccinated, the star Green Bay Packers quarterback has been dealing with a mysterious and painful toe injury. 

After previously describing it in vague terms as a “COVID injury,” Rodgers confirmed what dermatologists had previously suspected. 

This article was originally published by Marketwatch.com. Read the original article here.

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