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Aaron Rodgers: There’s Jobs Up For Grabs

New York Jets quarterback Aaron Rodgers isn’t concerned about the lack of fluidity in the offense, yet.

So far in preseason, the Jets have struggled to block their opponents. However, they await the availability of all their starters.

Duane Brown, Laken Tomlinson and Alijah Vera-Tucker remain sidelined with injury. As well as that, the durability of Mekhi Becton remains in question.

Aaron Rodgers says he needs to get comfortable with the first team at some point before the season.


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“It’s a work in progress,” said Aaron Rodgers.

“(Someone) asked a question about the continuity of the guys playing together, and I was thinking maybe we’d start to figure some of the stuff out,” Rodgers said. 

“Obviously, it hasn’t happened yet.

“There’s jobs up for grabs. So that’s the beauty in camp but also the struggle. In talking with a couple of the guys, we just need some continuity, I think, at some point, so guys can feel comfortable playing together. Maybe that’s the end of next week. Maybe that’s the week that we have in between the season and the last preseason game, but jobs are up for grabs.”


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“I don’t get concerned about things I don’t have a huge role in — yet,” Rodgers said. 

“That might change. At some point, I might say, ‘Hey, I need the five who are going to be in there to be in there with me for a solid week,’ but I don’t think we’re at that point … because I don’t think there are five guys that have earned those spots. So, I have some patience.”

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