Aaron Rodgers To Return To Jets Practice Just 79 Days After Tearing Achilles

Aaron Rodgers is doing the impossible.

Just 79 days after tearing his Achilles tendon on the opening drive of his tenure with the Jets, Aaron Rodgers is available to return to practice with a 21-day practice window opening for the veteran QB.

After Rodgers elected to undergo a new procedure that helps secure the tendon to the bone instead of reattaching the two ends, Rodgers has been showcasing his mobility during warmups before Jets games this season.

Rodgers openly denounced the doubters and those saying his career was over, and it looks like he wasn’t kidding in his motivation to return on an unseen deadline for this type of injury.