- Rodgers has denied some of the extreme alternative treatments he has been associated with
- The quarterback is recovering from a torn Achilles tendon he suffered in Week 1
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New York Jets quarterback Aaron Rodgers appeared on The Pat McAfee Show to address the biggest rumors about his recovery: No, he doesn’t drink his own urine.
Speaking to McAfee and his former Green Bay Packers teammate AJ Hawk on the show airing on ESPN, Rodgers – an alternative medicine practitioner – said he is not indulging in his own body fluids as he recovers from an Achilles tendon strain. the end of the season has ended. injury.
Hawk seemed somewhat surprised by the revelation stating that he believed the quarterback participated in such practices while in Green Bay.
“I sat next to Aaron at our team meetings for nine years and I felt like he drank his own p*** every day,” Hawk said.
“That’s why I thought you were so good and that you got out so quickly, correct?”
Aaron Rodgers said live on air that he doesn’t drink his own urine to recover from an injury
Rodgers also said his recovery won’t involve listening to the sounds of dolphins mating
The Jets quarterback tore his Achilles tendon on the first drive of his career with New York
As McAfee intervened and Rodgers asked the question again, Hawk joked, “You sure are doing it now with all that hippie stuff you do, now that you’re drinking pee all day, I bet.”
Rodgers just stared at the camera with a relatively blank stare before finally answering.
“Well, I don’t drink p***,” Rodgers said.
The Jets quarterback then clarified his stance on another bizarre rehab technique he shared on the show in the past.
Rodgers claimed to have previously heard about healing properties found when listening to the sounds of dolphins mating. But on Friday’s show, Rodgers said it “was a joke” before suggesting it “might as well be real.”
Aaron Rodgers injured his Achilles tendon in the first game of the season – just four times in his career with the Jets. He was ruled out for the season the next day.