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Jets QB Aaron Rodgers lied about Achilles injury, columnist says

A sports columnist accuses NY Jets' Aaron Rodgers of lying about Achilles injury.

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Rodgers has missed most of the season due to a torn Achilles, except for the first game.

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Despite the typical 6-12 month recovery, Rodgers aims to return before Christmas, just four months post-injury.

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Rodgers undergoes an experimental procedure to boost his chances of a playoff return, though the Jets' playoff chances are slim.

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Fans on social media doubt the severity of Rodgers' Achilles injury, drawing comparisons to NBA star Kevin Durant's experience.

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Gregg Doyel publicly questions Rodgers' integrity, stating he doesn't believe it's a genuine Achilles tear.

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Doyel maintains his opinion despite a fan's correction on Rodgers' procedure and video evidence of the injury.

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The motive behind Rodgers allegedly lying about his injury is unclear, and there's no concrete evidence supporting the claim.

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Known for being candid, Rodgers is an athlete with the means to explore experimental treatments for a quicker recovery.

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Despite speculation, there's no apparent reason to believe the Jets, Rodgers, or the NFL are concealing details about the injury.

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