Alijah Vera-Tucker Almost Back To Full StrengthMay 20, 2023
Rodgers Brings Accountability To 1 Jets DriveMay 24, 2023
The Jets’ newest quarterback, the 39-year old Aaron Rodgers, opted out of practice drills on the second day of Phase 3 OTAs, due to having a strained calf. Nonetheless, Rodgers remained on the field for the full duration of practice and was seen offering advice to his fellow signal callers.
On a positive note, the team recently posted a video clip of Aaron Rodgers in action during a practice session, showcasing his quickness and scoring abilities. This is impressive since Rodgers missed last year’s offseason workouts with the Green Bay Packers. It’s a promising sign that he’s showing such a strong commitment to his new team in New York.
Considering Rodgers’ experience and strong performance potential leading the offense, it’s essential that he remains injury-free during this crucial acclimation period. The Jets will need to rely on Nathaniel Hackett’s Rodgers-led offense in peak form as they open up against challenging opponents during the first six games of the upcoming season.
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In other news, head coach Robert Saleh announced that Breece Hall and Mekhi Becton would not participate in upcoming practices as they recover from knee surgeries. Additionally, Alijah Vera-Tucker, who underwent offseason pectoral surgery, is expected to be present for practice as Saleh confirmed.