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Aaron Rodgers providing Jets with some inspiration as he continues to recover ahead of schedule
Aaron Rodgers acknowledges he's ahead of schedule with his recovery from surgery to repair his torn left Achilles tendon
It was all like something out of some sort of feel-good sports movie.
Aaron Rodgers ditched the crutches and walking boot, strolled onto the field during pregame warmups Sunday and the New York Jets quarterback started throwing passes again. Less than five weeks after tearing his left Achilles tendon.
His teammates and coaches got a kick out of it, the fans watching videos on social media couldn't believe what they were seeing and even reporters watching up in the press box were dumbfounded.
"It is unbelievable," said Zach Wilson, who has started the Jets' past five games in Rodgers' absence. “That dude’s demeanor, the way he attacks everything is special, so I'm not surprised at all.”