New York newcomer Aaron Rodgers was named one of the Jets‘ three permanent captains on Monday.
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The four-time MVP quarterback joins linebacker C.J. Mosley and special teams standout Justin Hardee.
Head coach Robert Saleh said a fourth player will be selected to wear the “C” for each game.
Rodgers, 39, was named a team captain in 12 of his 18 seasons with the Green Bay Packers.
The Jets open the season next Monday night at home against the Buffalo Bills.
—Field Level Media