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NY Jets’ Robert Saleh explains Aaron Rodgers’ OTAs workload

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The New York Jets are holding their first practice of OTAs open to the media on Tuesday. Speaking to the media, Jets head coach Robert Saleh talked to reporters about quarterback Aaron Rodgers and his workload at practice.

In promising news for Jets fans, Saleh said that Rodgers has “no restrictions” and is “doing everything.” Saleh also mentioned that Rodgers “looks good.”

The news comes as little surprise, but it’s a refreshing sight to have official confirmation that Rodgers is back to full speed after tearing his Achilles on September 11 of last year. After suffering the injury, Rodgers’ rapid rehab allowed him to return to practice before the end of the regular season, but he never suited up for a game. It’s unclear whether Rodgers may have pushed his way onto the field had the Jets still been in playoff contention, but even if he had, Rodgers likely wouldn’t have been at one hundred percent.

Here on May 21, though, Rodgers is now over eight months removed from the injury, giving him ample time to make a full recovery. Now that he is back to maximum strength, Rodgers can pick up where he left off in 2023 when he was putting in an admirable effort to consistently be on the field at the Jets’ facility and gel with his teammates. With multiple new starters coming in on offense, Rodgers will need all the practice time he can get to prepare for the 2024 season.

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