New York Jets quarterback Aaron Rodgers sustained the injury on September 11, 2023, during the opening Monday Night Football game of the NFL season, and underwent surgery just two days later. He made a major recovery as he already returned to practice – which ended up sending NFL Twitter into overdrive.

In fact, Aaron Rodgers even hit back at accusations that he faked his injury. Aaron Rodgers has made a surprising return to practice with the New York Jets, according to an announcement by head coach Robert Saleh during his media availability on November 29. This development follows Rodgers’ placement on injured reserve after sustaining an Achilles injury in Week 1 against the Buffalo Bills.

The Jets have chosen to initiate Rodgers’ 21-day practice window, allowing him to participate in team activities. Opting not to activate him would result in Rodgers being sidelined for the rest of the 2023 season.

The news of Rodgers’ return sparked a ton of reactions on social media, with fans expressing amazement at the quarterback’s swift recovery. Some lauded him as a “true goat” for breaking medical timelines, especially considering his age of nearly 40.


Analysts and commentators also weighed in on the situation. Pat McAfee described Rodgers’ return to practice as “the next step in returning from IR” and highlighted the evolution of rules allowing players placed on injured reserve to potentially return during a season. We will have to wait and see whether Aaron Rodgers will actually play this season in the end.

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