Aaron Rodgers doesn't expect his toe injury to be an issue in the postseason.

Rodgers, who had been getting regular pain-killing injections to make it through games, said he has not needed one recently. The Green Bay Packers quarterback expects the toe to be 100% after the team's first-round bye.

"I haven't taken one in a number of weeks now, so that's been the most encouraging thing," Rodgers said of injections.

"Got through last week without doing one. It was just a pretty standard shot in the toe, very painful, a numbing agent. That helped get me through the games. The whole goal was to be able to not have to do that. It's been a few games without doing that. So I'm feeling good, practiced today, close to 100% but think I should be 100% by next week."