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Aaron Rodgers Says He May Be Able to Play Next Month

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Aaron Rodgers Says He May Be Able to Play Next Month

Aaron Rodgers Says He May Be Able to Play Next Month

Aaron Rodgers Says , He May Be Able to Play Next Month.

Rodgers tore his Achilles tendon during his first game with the New York Jets in September.

Rodgers tore his Achilles tendon during his first game with the New York Jets in September.

The injury was thought to be season-ending, but the veteran quarterback has indicated that he may be able to return by mid-December, NBC News reports.

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He said, ‘I know it sounds insane, but you do a good surgery, you have a good patient, it makes this possible.’, NBC reporter Melissa Stark, via NBC News.

Even though Rodgers is optimistic, he told NBC's Melissa Stark that he "just wasn't feeling it" enough to throw passes during pregame warmups on Nov.

12 in Las Vegas.

Even though Rodgers is optimistic, he told NBC's Melissa Stark that he "just wasn't feeling it" enough to throw passes during pregame warmups on Nov.

12 in Las Vegas.

So far, Rodgers has been working out on a weight-limiting treadmill.

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So far, Rodgers has been working out on a weight-limiting treadmill.

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He is "jogging at 50% of his body weight," NBC News reports.

He'd like to get to 75% of his body weight.

The Jets ended up losing to the Raiders 16-12 on Nov.

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The Jets ended up losing to the Raiders 16-12 on Nov.

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Jets coach Robert Saleh was asked about Rodgers' tentative return.

If the doctors clear him, we’ll clear him, Jets coach Robert Saleh, via NBC News


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