Aaron Rodgers’ football legacy could soar with the Jets if he wins in the Big Apple

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) — Aaron Rodgers established a football legacy of unquestioned greatness during 18 seasons in Green Bay. The four-time NFL MVP could take it to another level if he can deliver a winner to the Big Apple with the New York Jets. Rodgers has fully embraced his new team, new city and the daunting challenge of trying to lift a franchise out of decades of frustration and back to the Super Bowl. The 39-year-old quarterback left a brilliant legacy in Green Bay, including winning a Super Bowl in 2011. But Rodgers knows he can “go down in history” if he can win one with the Jets.