Aaron Rodgers hints at a concrete return date for the Jets in 2023

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New York Jets quarterback Aaron Rodgers throws a pass before an NFL game.

New York Jets fans may now have a date for Aaron Rodgers’ return to the field this season.

At least that’s what many people on social media speculated.

Rodgers posted a cryptic post on his Instagram with the caption: “Just a little bit more time…”

Rodgers included a photo of a watch from one of his partnerships, “Zenith Watches,” and fans speculated that he wanted to secretly announce when they would expect him back on the field.

A user on

Interestingly, the Play Jets on December 28th in Week 17 against the Cleveland Browns on the road to Thursday Night Football.

Although another user thought fans achieved and the time on the clock was just a complete coincidence because it was a watch commercial.

Top social media reactions to Rodgers Cryptic Post

One Fan argued This was done intentionally: “It’s called advertising and it was worded that way to make this happen. Pretty free advertising because everyone is so desperate for a story.”

Well, if that’s true, good job “Zenith Watches”.

Although another Fan interpreted The clock says differently: “Conspiracy theory time: Rodgers plans to return on December 10th (clock hand) against the Texans…”

The Jets host Houston in Week 14 on Sunday, December 10th. That would be an even more aggressive return [three games earlier] than the Browns projection.

One User appeared I looked up the watch online and said the Rodgers post was a “stock photo” and had no additional special meaning.

Breece Hall believes there will be a return of the Rodgers Jets this season

Jets running back Breece Hall joined in Rich Eisen continues “The Rich Eisen Show” this week and was asked if you think he is [Rodgers] Come back?

“Yeah, I don’t think there’s any doubt. Of course we would like to have him back, but ultimately it’s up to him and his rehab process. We hope for the best that we get him back, but he still has to go through it, just like me [rehab]. Me and him talked about the rehab and how everything went and so on. Of course I’m happy to have him back, but at the end of the day it’s all up to him.”

Eisen made it clear that he wasn’t trying to trick Hall into answering to make him think Wilson wasn’t good enough. He just wanted to know, in his heart of hearts, whether he believed Rodgers would be back this season.

“I don’t think he’s too competitive. As I said, it will be good to get him back, but I’m excited to see how Zach does [Wilson] also grows. The two of them together, they push each other, they have a great time together and it was cool to see how the two compare to each other. They pick each other’s brains. Aaron can challenge Zach and Zach can challenge Aaron a little. I’m happy for both of them.”

Paul A. Esden Jr. covers the New York Jets for The New York native is also the official PA voice of the Syracuse Strong Football Club and co-host of Cumulus Media’s morning show “The Manchild Show with Boy Green.” Prior to joining Heavy in 2021, Esden Jr. covered both national and New York sports for FanSided, Elite Sports NY and The Score 1260. More about Paul A. Esden Jr.

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