(Photo : Elsa/Getty Images) EAST RUTHERFORD, NEW JERSEY – Quarterback Aaron Rodgers (#8) of the New York Jets is helped onto a cart after an harm through the first quarter of the NFL recreation towards the Buffalo Bills at MetLife Stadium.
Aaron Rodgers underwent surgical procedure to handle his torn Achilles on Wednesday, September 13, and it seems the four-time NFL MVP is headed towards the suitable step to restoration.
The 39-year-old quarterback, whose first recreation with the Jets bought off on the mistaken foot, put up a post-surgery photograph and seemed to be in nice spirits after the medical process carried out by the Los Angeles Dodgers and Rams workforce physician, Dr. Neal ElAttrache, NBC Sports reported.
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“Surgery went great yesterday,” Rodgers wrote on his Instagram by way of Sports Illustrated. “Thank you for all the love and prayers and support. And thanks to the goat Dr. ElAttrache and his staff for starting me on the road to recovery.”
NFL followers at the moment are left questioning if Rodgers may have time to get better and return to the Jets this 2023-24 season. Although the Super Bowl champion QB talked about he would rise once more, some really feel that an Aaron Rodgers comeback this NFL season doesn’t look promising.
Among them is American sports activities columnist and commentator Skip Bayless. The 71-year-old gave his take on the probabilities of Aaron Rodgers returning this season and deemed it 50/50 when he spoke on the Undisputed.
In the meantime, the Jets are pinning their hopes on Zach Wilson. The 24-year-old has the vote of confidence of head coach Nathaniel Hackett, who says his respect for Wilson is off the charts, NFL.com reported.
“For a guy to not have any practice, to come in there and execute the way that he did was just so great to see,” Hackett said. So I believe Zach did a extremely good job, and I believe he stored his composure, and that is all you may ask.”
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