Jets QB Aaron Rodgers sits with pre-practice calf injury

Aaron Rodgers was feeling right at home with the New York Jets before he tweaked his right calf at the start of organized team activities on Tuesday.The injury is minor, and Rodgers said he shifted to taking a “vet day” but remained on the field for the workouts to watch backup Zach Wilson operate the offense.”I just tweaked my calf in a little pre-practice conditioning,” Rodgers said with an ear-to-ear grin. “I don’t know. I don’t think it’s too serious.”A momentary setback in the grand scheme, Rodgers said he’s feeling more confident and comfortable with his decision to join the Jets in a trade last month from the Green Bay Packers.”I have an excitement about coming down Jets Drive. Every day, there’s been something that’s been a special sign that reminds me I’m in the right place,” Rodgers said Tuesday afternoon.Rodgers hasn’t participated in OTAs in three years, spending offseasons away from Green Bay to train and dabble in other activities.