Green in the end zone Tuesday. Aaron Rodgers' presence at the New York Jets practice was felt in every aspect of the organization. Although he did not participate in 11-on-11 drills, his mere presence raised the level of play to a more intense atmosphere. Jets veteran linebacker C.J. Mosley said that at times, it felt like they were playing a real game in September. Rodgers' engagement with rookie receivers, his throwing accuracy, and his tremendous vision are providing the Jets with more content than they know what to do with on social media. The Jets are excited to have Rodgers around and hope that his presence will help elevate their game to the next level.
New York Jets quarterback Aaron Rodgers was active at the team's offseason workouts on June 6, but he did not participate in 11-on-11 drills due to a calf injury. Jets head coach Robert Saleh revealed that the team did not want any other player near Rodgers' legs. The Jets have just two more practices for organized team activities on June 8 and 9. The team was supposed to have mandatory minicamp from June 13-15, but Saleh announced that they were canceled. The reasoning behind the decision is that the Jets are starting training camp a week earlier than other teams because they will be participating in this year’s Hall of Fame Game. Overall, Jets fans are hopeful that Rodgers will recover in time for the start of the regular season, where the Jets face the Buffalo Bills on Monday Night Football.