Doesn't plan to have surgery
Rodgers doesn't plan to undergo surgery on his fractured left pinky toe while the Packers are on bye Week 13, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Rodgers has been hindered by the toe injury in each of his three games since returning from the reserve/COVID-19 list, but he's hopeful that the toe will have time to heal and improve during the bye week. While the quarterback hasn't ruled out having a procedure at a later time, his decision to forgo surgery for the time being puts him in line to play when Green Bay returns to action Dec. 12 against the Bears.
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