Aaron Rodgers seems to be putting his money where his mouth is in terms of trying to get back on the field this season.
In photos exclusively obtained by The Post, the veteran quarterback was photographed walking around on crutches for the first time since he was injured four plays into his Jets career.
The future Pro Football Hall-of-Famer walked on his own with the help of his crutches as he made his way to his car after a four-hour workout in Los Angeles.
Rodgers wore a compression sleeve on his left leg as he took the trip to his car.
The Jets quarterback said he has not ruled out a return this season when he spoke on “The Pat McAfee Show” earlier this month.
During an appearance on the former Colts punter’s show, Rodgers said that “anything is possible.”
“Give me the doubts,” Rodgers said. “Give me the timetables. Give me all the things that you think can, should or will happen, because all I need is that one little extra percent of inspiration. That’s all I need.
“Give me your doubts. Give me your prognostications. And then watch what I do.”
Rodgers was lost for the year on the Jets’ fourth offensive snap of the season when he was sacked by Bills edge rusher Leonard Floyd.
The 39-year-old attempted to get up after the hit but sat back down on the field and was helped off by the training staff.
Rodger underwent successful surgery earlier in the month, which included the use of an innovative procedure, according to NFL.com.
Orthopedic surgeon Dr. Neal ElAttrache, who also recently performed surgery for two-way MLB star Shohei Ohtani, placed an internal brace called an Achilles “speed bridge” on Rodgers’ torn left Achilles.
The procedure allows the possibility of an early return from the injury.