Aaron Rodgers, quarterback for the New York Jets, has clarified his future in the NFL.
Speculation arose about his retirement after an Achilles injury during his Jets debut.
Rodgers appeared on "The Pat McAfee Show" to discuss his rehabilitation process.
He emphasized his strong desire to continue playing football, putting retirement rumors to rest.
The injury occurred during a highly-watched Monday Night Football game.
Rodgers mentioned that he is focusing on his overall health, both mentally and physically.
He refrained from providing a specific timeline for his return, indicating he's prioritizing recovery.
Rodgers plans to do everything necessary in terms of rehab to return to the football field.
The quarterback will have a clearer understanding of his status once he's out of his walking boot.
Jets fans should appreciate Rodgers' commitment to playing, considering their quarterback situation.
The question arises whether Rodgers will have a bounce-back season in 2024, leaving fans curious about his future performance.