Aaron Rodgers Shuts Down Colorado Football And Deion Sanders Haters

In a radio interview Friday, quarterback Aaron Rodgers said he intends to “shock some people” with his return from a ruptured Achilles tendon four plays into his Jets regular season debut this week.

“It doesn’t do anything to make prognostications, honestly, other than help my own personal mental state, you know,” Rodgers remarked on “The Pat McAfee Show.

 “I'll push this thing as far as it will allow me. We have markers. I need to assess my progress after a week, two weeks, a month, and two months. The dialogue will follow.”

After getting hurt in the Jets' 22-16 overtime win against the Buffalo Bills in East Rutherford, N.J., Rodgers, 39, had surgery Wednesday.

It seemed clear Friday that the four-time NFL MVP will return to football.

“What I’d like to say is: Give me the doubts,” Rodgers added. “Give me timetables. Give me whatever you believe can, should, or will happen—I just need a little inspiration.

At a Tuesday news conference, Jets coach Robert Saleh declared Rodgers “out for the year.” Rodgers rejected Friday to commit to a recovery and rehabilitation timeline.

Rodgers stated “there’s a lot of different ideas about the overall length of the rehab.” “Just because someone hasn't done it a certain way doesn't mean it's impossible.

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