Aaron Rodger Dryer was delivered in the afternoon of this past Sunday, November 17, 2013, in the maternity ward of St. Mary’s Hospital in Green Bay, Wisconsin. The baby boy got his name shortly after the delivering doctor told the boy’s parents that the child has a broken collarbone.
Shortly following the delivery, the delivering physician, Dr. Robert Moyer, told the boy’s parents, Kristal Tyczkowski and Kyle Dryer, that the boy has a broken collarbone on the left side. Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is currently recovering from a collarbone injury on the left side. Kyle Dryer immediately suggested a name, and Kristal agreed to name the boy “Aaron Rodger.”
Dr. Moyer stated that collarbone injuries are fairly common during birth due to the difficulties that sometimes arise in delivering a child. A child’s weak collarbone can easily snap during the delivery process. The good news is that a broken collarbone in a baby usually heals on its own within a few weeks.
In the meantime, the boy’s parents are hopeful about the boy become a footballer just like his namesake, and they look forward to telling him the story of how he got his name.
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