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Aaron Rodgers hasn’t ruled out making a ‘miraculous’ comeback for the Jets this season


Aaron Rodgers said Tuesday he’s dealing with an ankle injury in addition to the torn left Achilles tendon he’s rehabbing following surgery.

During his weekly appearance on “The Pat McAfee Show,” the New York Jets quarterback said he has a deltoid problem. The deltoid is the main ligament of the inner ankle. Rodgers wore an ankle brace while walking on crutches on the sidelines bbefore the Jets’ loss Sunday night to Kansas City.

Rodgers, 39, reiterated that he has not ruled out returning this season. Jets coach Robert Saleh said after the injury that it was the end of the season.

Rodgers underwent surgery on September 13, two days after the injury. Dr. Neal El Attrache performed the procedure in Los Angeles. It was reported that Rodgers had undergone a “rapid bridge” procedure, designed to speed up the rehabilitation process.

The typical recovery period for a torn Achilles tendon is six to nine months. Rodgers said he was “well ahead of normal protocols.”

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“There’s nothing normal about the way I’m approaching this rehab,” Rodgers said Tuesday. “Common practice is about six weeks in a boot, and I was in a shoe in 13 days.

“It’s just my mindset. I believe in the power of intention. I believe in prayer. I believe in your mental state and the power of will. I believe in making room for let the miraculous happen.”

Rodgers was injured four times during his debut in New York. The Jets rallied to win that game but are 0-3 since.

New York acquired the four-time MVP from Green Bay last spring in hopes he could lead the long-suffering franchise back to the playoffs. He agreed to a restructured contract that gives him $75 million guaranteed this year and next.

Associated Press reporting.

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