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Video Shows 3 Jets Players Making A Recruiting Pitch To Aaron Rodgers

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The New York Jets are officially all-in on Aaron Rodgers.

The legendary quarterback had a meeting with team leadership, and there’s growing optimism that they could get a deal done with the Green Bay Packers.

Notably, the Rodgers-to-New York frenzy has caught up with people from every tier of the organization.

From the fans to the media, all the way to team legends, and even current players, all of them want Rodgers in town.

That includes current young stars Sauce Gardner, Garrett Wilson, and Breece Hall, who recently shared a video recruiting No. 12 by burning the cheesehead Gardner took back home last season.

Wilson and Hall also talked about having Rodgers could impact their offense, showing plenty of excitement about the prospect of teaming up with the future Hall of Famer.

Last night: #Jets CB Sauce Gardner, WR Garrett Wilson and RB Breece Hall made a pitch to #Packers QB Aaron Rodgers by burning the cheesehead from the Lambeau game last season.

( @iamSauceGardner)

— Dov Kleiman (@NFL_DovKleiman) March 10, 2023

The Jets have plenty of talent on both sides of the ball, and that video is all the prove they need of that, as it features the reigning Defensive and Offensive Rookies of the Year.

However, it’s kind of odd to see that three current players have decided to recruit another quarterback while they still have Zach Wilson under contract, so it seems evident that they’re not quite high on the BYU product.

Wilson’s future with the organization seems bleak at best, and it’s unclear if he’ll be traded, released, or will stay to try and learn behind Rodgers, providing he does arrive in New York City.

Whatever the case, their teammates don’t even seem to care right now; all they want is Rodgers.

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