Jets QB Aaron Rodgers Devises Secret Plan To 'Shock Some People' post Surgery

Aaron Rodgers' recent Achilles injury while playing his first game of the season for the New York Jets is the talk of the town. While the NFL fraternity wishes to see the star player back on the field, he spilled some beans about his road to recovery in an interview on The Pat McAfee Show. 

Post-Achilles Surgery update from NFL star Aaron Rodgers

To everyone's surprise, the quarterback made a positive statement after the surgery. When the host asked him, "What's next for Aaron," Rodgers shared about taking inspiration from everything around as he said, "Give me your doubts, give me your prognostications, and then watch what I do."

Pat McAfee calls him an old man while inquiring about his fast recovery 

During the conversation, the host suggested that he is too old and his recovery is "going to be impossible," but they want to see him back on the field soon. Rodgers explained his research on other players' recovery and rehab options. He stated, "You know, adding to what I've already put together is a pretty damn good rehab plan that's gonna, I think, shock some people." 

Aaron Rodgers' positive approach, believing in possibilities

Despite his age, Rodger shared some probabilities with a positive mindset, stating, "Because somebody hasn't ever done it a certain way doesn't mean it's not possible." When asked about his return in the playoffs, the quarterback, quoting Kevin Garrett, said, "Anything is possible."

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