Which NFL player is the most repairable?
Cody Rhodes, the Jacksonville Jaguars cornerback, says he’s “very confident” he will be able to return to the field after sustaining a torn ACL last season.
The veteran cornerback was drafted by the Jaguars in the fourth round of the 2009 NFL Draft and played for them until the season he was cut by the team.
He signed with the Carolina Panthers and was released in December 2015.
In the preseason, Rhodes was forced to sit out of the Jaguars preseason opener due to a left knee injury.
He returned to the team for a limited time during the Jaguars first preseason game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Aug. 25.
On Tuesday, Rhodes, 31, tweeted his thoughts on his recovery from the injury and said he “wouldnt want to miss this.”
Rhodes tweeted a picture of himself wearing a brace on his left knee and said, “Just had surgery today.
I’ll be back soon.”
Rosenberg, 31 (5-11, 183), missed his first two games of the season after injuring his right knee during the first preseason opener against the Chicago Bears.
He was released by the Panthers in December.
He played for the Cincinnati Bengals in 2017 and the Minnesota Vikings in 2018.
In his first season with the Bengals, Rosenberg started 15 games and recorded 59 tackles (30 solo).
In 2019, he led the Bengals with 15 interceptions, including four returned for touchdowns.