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Rodgers seemed to swat away the naysayers who think he's been lying  The Jets quarterback has not been on the field since Week 1 of the season DailyMail.com provides all the latest international sports news 

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New York Jets quarterback Aaron Rodgers seemed to suggest that those who believe that his return from an Achilles tear is too soon simply don't have the imagination to envision great medical advances. 

Appearing on the Pat McAfee Show, Rodgers decided to clap back at online chatter claiming that the quarterback never actually hurt himself just a few plays into his career with the Jets.

'The same people talking about that, entertaining the possibility of conspiracy about my Achilles, could not possibly fathom a world in which anything related to this beautiful, experimental gene therapy could be, could have any issues with that,' Rodgers, 39, said.

Rodgers added that he's aware that he could be headed toward retirement in the coming years and wants to get back under center as soon as he can. 

'All those big brains out there, let me just shoot you straight. There's not a lot of people that have the unique situation I was in,' he said. 

Aaron Rodgers swatted aside conspiracy theories that he hadn't torn his Achilles tendon

Aaron Rodgers swatted aside conspiracy theories that he hadn't torn his Achilles tendon

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