Jets’ Breee Hall and Garrett Wilson mention Aaron Rodgers idea
Jets players started celebrating, demanding Aaron Rodgers be their teammate.
Wide receiver Garrett Wilson and running back Brice Hall took to Twitter Monday afternoon to hint at the idea that Rodgers could be the Jets’ next quarterback.
“You all should see me smile” Wilson tweeted emoji with tears.
“I can now enjoy my vacation” he wrote in a separate tweet.
Hall tweeted Moments later, Ahmad “Sauce” Gardner said, “Cheesehead did it,” referring to the fire that burned the actual cheesehead.
The reaction from Jets players came shortly after Trey Wingo’s tweet. who reported: “Jets auditions for Rodgers are over. History is about to repeat itself between New York and Green Bay. Time is indeed a flat circle.
However, there is no confirmation that Rodgers has made his final decision.
Adam Schefter said on ESPN Monday afternoon “assembly instructions” are available Rodgers will be reactive, he warned, noting that the quarterback has yet to talk about the Jets or Packers news.
It’s unclear if the Jets players knew the information that wasn’t publicly available, or if they responded to Wingo’s tweet about it.
If Rodgers doesn’t make it to the Jets, this moment in social media history could be compared to a punter celebrating prematurely before reaching the end zone, only to fumble the ball before completing the field goal.
If the Jets can’t land Rodgers, their options at quarterback will dwindle.
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Derek Carr signed with the Saints last Monday, and Jimmy Garoppolo agreed to a three-year deal with the Raiders in NFL free agency.
Lamar Jackson could be available, but it would be a high price.
In addition to the money he would command, the Jets would have to send two first-round picks to the Ravens under the terms of the transition tag they placed on Jackson.
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