New York Jets quarterback Aaron Rodgers is targeting an improbable playoff return from his torn Achilles after undergoing an innovative surgery on Wednesday in Los Angeles, NFL Network Insiders Ian Rapoport and Tom Pelissero report.
So you don't think that listening to dolphins mating is going to help him?It’s speculated Rodgers has more injuries, especially fractures, due to corticosteroid use for pain which weakness the bones. Fracture in the other extra curricular activities Rodgers takes part in on top of not seeming to take his body as seriously. That’s not to say he went Big Ben mode but Brady took a lot better care of his fitness, pliability, and diet. Then factor in Brady’s dedication to maintain that while Rodgers enjoys the finer things in life more. Like Sharpe always said, the fact Brady still wanted to perform and be his best at meetings, practices, OTAs, during and off season was remarkable and one of a kind. Truly a cause of my talent might not be better than all of you or even close to some of you but my work ethic is far superior.
Myers hooked everything left on the misses.SEA with the win!
-Myers needs to get his head right! If he hits those field goals, or even one of those field goals...
-I was really worried with TWO backup O linemen.
-What was Geno thinking not getting rid of the ball!
I mean, he’s a weird man so maybe. Who knows but I do know the dolphins mated with the Patriots and at points nonconsensual.
I guess you got to do what you got to do. I wonder if he listens to that sound while in the darkness smoking his substances contemplating how much cheese the Packers can stuff in their you know where.
I think that the NFL is being more careful than normal after the Rodgers injury many current and ex players made public comments to varying degrees about the turf being the cause to comments that said it was a contributor..I think with all the head injury conversation the last thing that they want is a prolonged dialogue on injuries..That Chubb injury was gruesome. Sounds like multiple ligament damage.. NFL refused to show the full replay. But Utube is all over it.............
And the Packers should feel really good they're not still dealing with him; except on his imaginary existential level.I guess you got to do what you got to do. I wonder if he listens to that sound while in the darkness smoking his substances contemplating how much cheese the Packers can stuff in their you know where.
Very gruesome...there's a good video of it that's still up on YouTubeshorts. The force that Fitzpatrick comes in at when he drives his shoulder & side into the knee of Chubb & the way the joint completely hyperextends is unbelievable. We're talking about a 207 lb safety with 4.45 speed coming at you full throttle.That Chubb injury was gruesome. Sounds like multiple ligament damage.. NFL refused to show the full replay. But Utube is all over it.............