Jets coach would be ‘shocked’ if Aaron Rodgers retires

Jets head coach Robert Saleh envisions Aaron Rodgers breaking the huddle as his quarterback again next season.Rodgers faces a nine-month recovery from a torn Achilles after leaving Monday’s debut with the franchise with the season-ending injury and landing on injured reserve Tuesday.Saleh said he doubts Rodgers opts to retire.”I’d be shocked if this is the way he’s going to go out,” Saleh said Wednesday.The four-time MVP turns 40 in December but is signed for 2024. He indicated prior to the injury that he intends to spend multiple seasons with the Jets.