Aaron Rodgers Says Surgery for Achilles Injury ‘Went Great’
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Aaron Rodgers Says , Surgery for Achilles Injury ‘Went Great’.
After only four snaps into his first game with the New York Jets on Sept. 11, Rodgers suffered a season-ending Achilles Injury.
After only four snaps into his first game with the New York Jets on Sept. 11, Rodgers suffered a season-ending Achilles Injury.
On Sept. 14, Rodgers took to Instagram to let his fans know that his surgery was successful. .
The Jets coaching staff is optimistic that Rodgers will be back next year.
The Jets coaching staff is optimistic that Rodgers will be back next year.
Whenever Aaron has his mind set
on something, good luck for anybody that wants to change his mind. , Nathaniel Hackett, Jets offensive coordinator, via CNN.
I’d be shocked if this is the
way he’s going to go out, Robert Saleh, Jets head coach, via CNN.
He’s working through a whole lot of headspace things that he needs to deal with, and that will be the last thing I talk to him about, Robert Saleh, Jets head coach, via CNN.
Rodgers' teammates also spoke highly
about the four-time MVP.
Rodgers' teammates also spoke highly
about the four-time MVP.
He’s going to attack this rehab
and I think he’ll probably heal faster than anyone has ever seen someone come back from Achilles, Connor McGovern, Jets center, via CNN.
24-year-old Zach Wilson will assume QB duties now, and he says being around Rodgers has made him a better player.
I feel like I’ve been trying to copy every little thing he’s doing, from his footwork to the coaching tips he has given us. He’s done an amazing job, more than
we could ask for as quarterbacks, Zach Wilson, Jets QB, via CNN
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