During warm-ups at the New York Jets' OTA on Tuesday in Florham Park, New Jersey, Aaron Rodgers seemed to sprain his.
Ankle Dianna Russini, an ESPN NFL reporter who appeared on Sportscenter, said, "This doesn't look to be too serious."
She said that Rodgers watched the remainder of the workout alongside Mike Nicolini, the head strength and conditioning coach.
For New York, and observed the on-field drills.As a shot of Rodgers warming up aired, Russini commented, "You could see Rodgers.
Trying got put a little bit of weight on one of his legs there." "He's not really exhibiting all that much, so we're not sure if it was just a.
Niggle or what kind of damage it is. But it was clear from his expression that something is wrong.
The last thing Jets supporters want to happen is for the 39-year-old quarterback to sustain a serious injury.
The second-overall choice in the 2021 NFL Draft, Zach Wilson, participated in QB1 reps.