The NFL community reacts to Colin Kaepernick and New York Jets news.

"I know this will surprise you, but most quarterbacks require a strong supporting cast. And in his final season, without that great defense, he threw: the scorecard reads, "17 TDs, 4 INTs"

Despite beating the Buffalo Bills on Monday Night Football, the New York Jets' championship hopes were dealt a major blow four snaps into the season when new franchise quarterback 

Aaron Rodgers appeared to suffer a devastating injury, prompting a swift reaction from the NFL community.

Rodgers had an MRI on his Achilles tendon first thing Tuesday morning, and the results confirmed the Jets' worst fears.

Former ESPN commentator turned writer for The Atlantic Jemele Hill proposed the Jets recruit Colin Kaepernick, an NFL quarterback who hasn't played in seven seasons, to fill the team's glaring void.

You have a quarterback in New Jersey who has led a team to the Super Bowl and the NFC title game. Hill wrote this on X (previously Twitter), a social media network.

One football fan countered, "The same QB who rode an All-Pro defense and got benched by Blaine Gabbert?"

"Think you mean the same QB who was injured and then reclaimed his starting spot as soon as he was healthy," Hill replied.

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