Aaron Rodgers Is Already Walking And Throwing Just Five Weeks After Tearing His Achilles

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Is this what the healing sounds of dolphin sex can help you do?

The hype for the New York Jets was through the roof this season after signing Aaron Rodgers during the offseason.

But those hopes were quickly dashed when the future Hall of Fame quarterback suffered a torn Achilles tendon just five plays into his career with the Jets – and since then, the Jets have looked…well, like the Jets.

If you know anything about the Achilles, you know it’s one of the most difficult injuries to recover from. It can often take up to a year to fully recover, and some people never fully recover at all.

Not to mention, Rodgers is 39-years-old, and is definitely on the back end of his career. As you can imagine, after the injury tons of people were wondering if the QB would be retiring the cleats and pads after this one.

But Rodgers insisted that not only did he plan on returning next season, but was also not ruling out the possibility that he would be back out on the field in 2023.

Sounds ridiculous, right?

Well, maybe not…

Rodgers was seen today ahead of the Jets game against the Philadelphia Eagles, not only walking without crutches but also throwing the ball on the field during pregame.

Joe Rogan had previously said that Rodgers thought he would be back in six months, and Rodgers previously detailed his…unorthodox recovery plan, which involved using the sounds of dolphin sex to help his body heal:

“I didn’t really want to mention this, but I’m looking into a number of different modalities…

There’s ideas that some of the noises from the dolphins, when they’re lovemaking, the frequency of that is actually healing to the body. So I might be doing some of that.”

I mean, whatever he’s doing seems to be working. Throw on the dolphin sex tape, sprinkle some ayahuasca on that Achilles, and get back out there and save poor Zach Wilson from embarrassing himself any more than he already has.

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock