Aaron Rodgers Suggests He Could Return This Season: ‘Anything Is Possible’

CANTON, OH - AUG 3: New York Jets quarterback Aaron Rodgers (8) before the 2023 Pro Hall of Fame Game against the Cleveland Browns on August 3, 2023 at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium.


Aaron Rodgers underwent surgery to repair his torn Achilles tendon this week, but that didn’t stop him from making his weekly appearance on The Pat McAfee Show.

The New York Jets quarterback appeared on Friday’s show and, of course, talked about his season-ending injury suffered on the first drive of the season.

Rodgers said that he knew what happened before undergoing the MRI, and that he welcomes people who doubt he will be able to fully recover and eventually return to the field.

“I think what I’d like to say is give me the doubts,” Rodgers said. “Give me the timetables, give me all the things that you think can, should or will happen because all I need is that extra one percent of inspiration. That’s all I need. Give me your prognostications and then watch what I do.”

In fact, Rodgers suggested that he could even return this season.

“We’ll see what happens. You know, it’s a process. There are certain markers we have to hit… I think as Kevin Garnett said, ‘Anything’s possible… I’m gonna try to push this thing as much as it’ll allow me to.”

Rodgers noted that his recovery and timeline to return could “shock some people.”

During the 2021 season, Los Angeles Rams running back Cam Akers returned to the field in Week 18 after suffering a torn Achilles in July. A similar timeline for Rodgers would mean he would not be able to return until the playoffs.

And with Zach Wilson at the helm, are the playoffs still a possibility for the Jets? We’ll have to wait and see.

It seems clear that Rodgers plans to return to the Jets at some point, but the most likely scenario is fully recovering and then returning to the team and preparing to be in uniform for the start of the 2024-25 NFL regular season.

But with Aaron Rodgers, you never know.

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