Aaron Rodgers looked like his old self, throwing a nice pass at Jets practice.  

On Wednesday, the New York Jets showed NFL fans a glimpse of quarterback Aaron Rodgers' performance in OTAs since returning to play, and it appears that he's back to normal.  

Rodgers tore his Achilles on the opening drive of his Jets debut in September. He underwent surgery to fix the damage eight months ago.  

And now, he's back to throwing darts to his teammates, just like tight end Tyler Conklin in the Jets video.  

This looks to be the first footage released by the team since Rodgers' return to practice before the 2024 season.  

Jets coach Robert Saleh previously assured the media that Rodgers will have "no restrictions" during Phase Three of the OTAs, which are now underway.   

Rodgers will concentrate on non-contact drills throughout the OTA and might be fully prepared for action when training camp begins in July.  

Rodgers, who won Super Bowl XLV with the Green Bay Packers in 2010, will begin year 20 of his NFL career in 2024.  

He is presently ranked sixth all-time in throwing touchdowns, ninth in passing yards, and first in passer rating among quarterbacks who fulfil the minimum leaderboard criteria.  


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