Update (9:43 p.m.): Sources are stating that Aaron Rodgers’ injury could be worse than an ankle; it could be an Achilles injury.
In a shocking turn of events, NFL and New York Jets quarterback Aaron Rodgers suffered a severe ankle injury during his first drive with his new team. On Monday night’s game against the Buffalo Bills, Rodgers was seen limping to the sidelines after being sacked by Leonard Floyd, the Bills’ veteran pass rusher.
Aaron Rodgers’ Injury: An Abrupt End to a Much-Anticipated Debut
The much-anticipated debut of Aaron Rodgers with the New York Jets came to an abrupt end, leaving fans and teammates in a state of disbelief. The injury occurred during the Jets’ opening drive, only three snaps into the game, when Rodgers was tackled by Leonard Floyd. Following the incident, he was carted off to the locker room, casting a shadow over his future in the game.
The Jets have stated that Rodgers is now out due to his injured ankle. This unexpected incident marks a rocky start for the seasoned quarterback’s journey with the New York Jets.
Rodgers has been downgraded to out. His x-rays were negative. https://t.co/TjZv03DrQF
— New York Jets (@nyjets) September 12, 2023
As the situation unfolds, fans and fellow players alike are eagerly awaiting further updates on Rodgers’ condition and his potential return to the field.
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