Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is likely to play every game for his team by the end of the season, despite suffering from a toe injury.
According to the NFL Network, the 37-year-old will play despite the pain.
Rodgers had seen his name appear on the injured list upon his return to the team, after having to self-isolate for 10 days due to COVID-19, just before the game against the Seattle Seahawks.
Rodgers did not take part in the training of his own, Wednesday and Thursday, before participating in 15 games during the session on Friday. Rodgers will be able to take time off in the 13th week of NFL activity, as his team has no game on their schedule.
This season, the MVP of the last season completed 66.4% of his runs for 2,186 yards, in addition to throwing 17 touchdowns against four interceptions.