There is reportedly a possibility that Aaron Rodgers could make a return this season, although he has not provided a specific timeframe for his comeback.
Several factors will influence the likelihood of Rodgers making a swift return. The New York Jets will need to perform well to make his return meaningful, and it also depends on whether Zach Wilson, his replacement, will deliver.
According to ESPN, Rodgers could be back before the campaign ends, but he will need to assess the overall situation to determine if a return this season is feasible, even though it remains a long shot, as per insider sources.
In a recent interview on The Pat McAfee Show, Rodgers didn’t rule out the possibility of returning for the postseason but refrained from providing a specific timeline.
“Give me the doubts, give me the timetables, give me all the things that you think can, should or will happen, because all I need is that one little extra percent of inspiration,” Rodgers said.
“That’s all I need. So give me your doubts, give me your prognostications and then watch what I do.”
What should offer solace to Jets and Aaron Rodgers supporters is his evident determination to make a comeback.
The duration of his absence from the game will now hinge on the recovery process, which is set to commence in Los Angeles and carry on in New Jersey, as reported by the ESPN.
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