Due to a torn Achilles tendon, Nile Rodgers’ season is over.
All Because Of A Torn Achilles Tendon
Jets quarterback Aaron Rodgers had a torn Achilles tendon as confirmed by an MRI. Due to his torn Achilles tendon, Rodger’s season is over, and will be replaced by another player.
Rodgers only played four snaps before the injury of a torn Achilles tendon occurred. The team was still able to secure a victory despite the torn Achilles tendon injury.
Despite the team’s player having an injury a torn Achilles tendon, the future schedules of the team seem bright. Jets coach Robert Saleh expressed sympathy for Rodgers, acknowledging his dedication to the team and the disappointment of not being able to continue with them.
According to a published article by Sports Illustrated, the Jets, despite losing a player due to an injury of a torn Achilles tendon, the team will now face the Cowboys in Arlington on Sunday.
The End Of An 18-Year Tenure Because Of A Torn Achilles Tendon
In a published article by USA Today, due to his torn Achilles tendon, this marks the end of Rodgers’ 18-year tenure with the Green Bay Packers, as he was traded to the Jets in April. Despite the short time he spent with the team, Rodgers had been actively involved in their offseason program.