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Aaron Rodgers leaves Jets debut during first practice amid potential injury nightmare

The Jets’ nightmare situation occurred rapidly Monday night time.

New quarterback Aaron Rodgers injured his ankle on the group’s fifth offensive play.

He was dominated out for the remainder of the match.

Rodgers wore a strolling boot as he headed to the Jets locker room after taking unfavourable X-rays, the group revealed.

“He’s got an ankle problem right now, he’s being looked at,” coach Robert Saleh instructed ESPN’s Lisa Salters on the “Monday Night Football” live broadcast.

“We’ll know more later.” We nonetheless have a hell of a gaggle of men… we’re going to get this finished.

Rodgers was sacked by Bills rusher Leonard Floyd.

He slowly received up after which sat down on the sector.

He was helped off the sector by trainers and made his approach to the blue medical tent earlier than needing a cart to the sidelines.

Rodgers solely tried one cross earlier than getting injured, failing.

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Another quick completion by Tyler Conklin was negated by a defensive penalty on the Bills.

Rodgers’ high-profile debut with the Jets — and subsequent injury — received us broadly watched by many across the NFL.

“I hate this, man…I pray for the best,” Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes tweeted after Rodgers left the sport.

Joe Namath, the one quarterback to steer the Jets to a Super Bowl victory, tried to remain constructive.

“Actually, the way Rodgers left the field, I don’t expect him to return tonight,” he wrote on X, previously Twitter. “So let’s stay positive. I’m glad Zach is coming and I’m glad he had the guardianship he had with Aaron. I hope he put on his scrambling shoes tonight!! GO JETS!!!”

Rodgers, after 18 seasons with the Green Bay Packers, joined the Jets in an offseason commerce.

His arrival introduced Gang Green Super Bowl expectations that might take an enormous hit if he misses important time.