Aaron Rodgers Roadblock: Top QB Denies To Join Jets

The New York Jets may struggle to find a high-end quarterback for their backup next season due to Aaron Rodgers' injury.

Veteran quarterback Rich Cimini suggests the Jets may struggle to convince top backups to sign due to Rodgers' injury.

The Jets' 40-year-old quarterback, who is recovering from a ruptured Achilles, is a starter.

The offensive line was a significant issue last season, with limited options available in free agency.

Tyron Smith, Trent Brown, Mike Onwenu, Robert Hunt, and Kevin Dotson are the best tackle options.

The 2024 draft is rich with offensive-tackle prospects, potentially addressing the Jets' need early.

Rodgers' influence on the Jets' 2024 campaign could influence potential backups.

High-end backups like Ryan Tannehill, Jacoby Brissett, Jimmy Garoppolo and Andy Dalton are available offseason.

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