Rodgers’ thumb injury was not known, so his announcement on Wednesday caused fans some shock. However, there has been recent speculation as to whether or not the quarterback had a broken thumb. asked Pat McAfee Rodgers On his show on Tuesday, the Packers star did not explicitly respond.
But that didn’t stop Rodgers from playing this season. He started in every game, and admitted that it wasn’t as difficult as other injuries to play with a broken thumb.
“I think I’ve had worse injuries than I’ve played with,” Rodgers said. Across the athlete. “It’s definitely a challenge but the days off helped to feel better too.”
Rodgers told reporters that he and his team never considered surgery on his broken thumb, and it looks like it won’t be a topic of discussion after the season either.
The four-time NFL MVP was asked if a broken thumb affected his throwing, which he said he didn’t blame his injury on his passing struggles.
He confessed He had poor throws during Sunday’s loss To the Titans, but then again, he didn’t blame his broken thumb on the passes. He finished that game with 24 completions out of 39 pass attempts for 227 yards and two touchdowns.
So far this season, Rodgers has completed 243 passes out of 376 attempts for 2,542 yards, 19 touchdowns and seven interceptions. The team currently holds a 4-7 record while sitting in third place in the NFC North standings.
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