When it comes to attempting to return to the field this season, Aaron Rodgers appears to be putting his money where his mouth is.
The veteran quarterback was seen using crutches for the first time since suffering an injury four plays into his Jets tenure in photographs obtained exclusively by The Post.
After a four-hour workout in Los Angeles, the future Pro Football Hall-of-Famer walked independently with the aid of his crutches to his car.
Rodgers walked to his car while sporting a compression sleeve on his left leg.
The Jets quarterback said he has not ruled out a return this season when he spoke on “The Pat McAfee Show” earlier this month.
The former Colts punter's show included Rodgers, who declared that "anything is possible."
"Give me the doubts," Rodgers commanded. "Show me the schedules. Give me whatever you believe can, should, or will occur because all I really need is that extra 1% of inspiration. That is all I require.
"Show me your skepticism. Give me your predictions, please. then keep an eye on what I do.