Aaron Rodgers No Longer Using Walking Boot
“Give me your doubts and watch what I do.”
- Aaron Rodgers
Aaron Rodgers had surgery to repair a ruptured achilles on September 13th. Yesterday, September 28th, just 15 days later, he was seen without a walking boot and sporting a compression sleeve while using crutches.
AR8’s road to recovery seems to be led by speed racer. Most people need to wear a walking boot for 6 to 12 weeks following the surgery, but we have come to know over the years that Aaron Rodgers isn’t like most people.
It even looks like he is putting a little weight on this leg / foot. His goal is to make a possible playoff return this season, but first the 1-2 standing New York Jets will have to make the playoffs.
Rodgers said on the Pat McAfee Show, “You never know who you’re going to see at the game.”
It is speculated by many that Rodgers may appear at the Jets-Chiefs game, if so that would be a huge momentum shifter. He would have to get cleared from his doctor to fly due to possible blood clots.
In the preseason we saw Rodgers take a type of coaching position role, if that happens this week or next, then Zach Wilson’s development could take a massive turn towards a winning direction.