BLACK FRIDAY DEAL|Save 70% on a Vantage subscription today!Buy Now
|Login
Ground News Logo
Dec 01, 2021SUBSCRIBE NOW

Aaron Rodgers demands WSJ apologize over 'COVID Toe' coverage

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers on Wednesday sought to set the record straight about his recent toe injury, dismissing claims that he had a condition known as "COVID toe" after referencing it the day before.
Current Time 0:00
/
Duration Time 0:00
Progress: NaN%
6 days ago|Green Bay, United States

BIAS COVERAGE DISTRIBUTION

22 of these news sources are bias rated
8 are CENTER
L 32%
C 36%
R 32%
USA Today
abc News
ESPN
Sports Illustrated
+4
The Hill
NBC Sports
UPI
Madison.com
+5
Pioneer Press
Boston Herald
OC Register
Deseret News
+2
Washington Examiner
The Daily Wire
ALL ARTICLES
Yahoo News
Yahoo News

Aaron Rodgers demands WSJ apologize over 'COVID Toe' coverage

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers on Wednesday sought to set the record straight about his recent toe injury, dismissing claims that he had a condition known as "COVID toe" after referencing it the day before.Rodgers told reporters Wednesday that he had a fractured toe and demanded an apology from The Wall Street Journal, which published a story referring to his toe injury as a medical condition brought on by his recent COVID-19...

6 days ago|Los Angeles, United States
USA Today
USA TodayL

Packers' Aaron Rodgers says he has a fractured toe, not 'COVID toe'; will play Sunday

Packers QB Aaron Rodgers said he'll play Sunday against the Rams despite his fractured toe but will consider having surgery during the bye week.

6 days ago|United States
abc News
abc NewsL

Packers' Rodgers says he's been playing with fractured toe

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers says his toe injury is a fracture but added that he doesn’t expect the situation to cause him to miss any games

6 days ago|United States
The Hill
The HillC

Aaron Rodgers demands WSJ apologize over 'COVID Toe' coverage

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers on Wednesday sought to set the record straight about his recent toe injury, dismissing claims that he had a condition known as "COVID toe" after referencing it the day before.

6 days ago|Washington, United States
ESPN
ESPNL

QB Rodgers says he has fracture, not 'COVID toe'

Aaron Rodgers has a fractured pinkie toe -- not "COVID toe" -- and the Packers' QB even put his bare foot in front of the camera on Wednesday in an effort to clear up the issue that has bothered him since returning from a 10-day quarantine.

6 days ago|United States
CBS Sports
CBS Sports

Aaron Rodgers makes it clear he doesn't have COVID toe, says he suffered fracture during quarantine

Rodgers is still set to suit up this week

6 days ago|United States
Washington Examiner
Washington ExaminerR

Aaron Rodgers claims 'COVID toe' was a joke, confirms toe is fractured

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers denied having COVID toe on Wednesday after joking about his toe injury on a talk show Tuesday, confirming his toe is actually fractured.

6 days ago|Washington, United States
Sportsnet
Sportsnet

Packers' Rodgers says he's been playing with fractured toe, not COVID toe

GREEN BAY, Wis. – Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers says his toe injury is a fracture and added that he doesn’t expect the situation to cause him to miss any games.Rodgers has been playing with the toe injury each of the past two games after missing a 13-7 loss at Kansas City because of a positive COVID-19 test. The reigning MVP said the injury occurred while working out at home during his quarantine.“I’m going to deal with the pain,” …

6 days ago|Canada
NBC Sports
NBC SportsC

Aaron Rodgers: I have a fractured toe, not COVID toe - ProFootballTalk

Consider the mystery of Aaron Rodgers‘ toe injury solved. In his Wednesday Zoom press conference, Rodgers told reporters that he was, in fact, just joking during his Tuesday appearance on the Pat McAfee Show when he said he had “COVID toe.” “I mentioned yesterday that it’s worse than turf toe and it must be a [more]

6 days ago|Stamford, United States
Sports Illustrated
Sports IllustratedL

Reporter Corrects Aaron Rodgers: 'I Do Not Work for The Wall Street Journal'

The Packers quarterback misidentified independent reporter Molly Knight as the writer of The Wall Street Journal's 'COVID toe' story.

6 days ago|New York, United States
COVERAGE DETAILS

BIAS COVERAGE DISTRIBUTION

22 of these news sources are bias rated
8 are CENTER
L 32%
C 36%
R 32%
USA Today
abc News
ESPN
Sports Illustrated
The Mercury news
TMZ
Las Vegas Sun
The Hill
NBC Sports
UPI
Madison.com
Denver 7 News
WGNO
NFL
Best Life
Pioneer Press
Boston Herald
OC Register
Deseret News
Wall Street Journal
Washington Examiner
The Daily Wire
Total News Sources31Leaning Left7 sourcesLeaning Right7 sourcesCenter8 sourcesLast Updated5 days ago
0
TOPICS
SIMILAR STORIES