If the New York Jets end up making the blockbuster trade for superstar quarterback Aaron Rodgers, which many believe is inevitable once they see eye-to-eye with the Green Bay Packers, this team will be one of the most intriguing in the NFL ahead of the 2023 NFL season.
In the meantime, the Jets are making headlines with other offseason moves and the recent pictures that surfaced on the team’s Twitter account showcasing head coach Robert Saleh looking absolutely jacked on a golf course.
With the Masters now underway in Augusta, Georgia, the Jets felt the need to show off their head coach’s physique to strike fear in the hearts of their opponents.
It’s Masters week. What’s Coach Saleh shooting at Augusta? #themasters pic.twitter.com/oAsmtHrvfK
— New York Jets (@nyjets) April 6, 2023
Here are some fan reactions to Saleh looking like he’s ready for a career as a bodybuilder or an MMA fighter for UFC:
drop the workout routine, coach.
— NFL (@NFL) April 6, 2023
Salehs drive on hole 1 pic.twitter.com/LJURRk0yxT
— NYJ Brick 🧱 (@NYJBrick) April 6, 2023
A birdie on every hole
Whether he actually did or didn't, NOBODY is going to argue with him
— Joe O (@JoeFromStCloud) April 6, 2023
Never skip arm day 💪
— Kyle Spinner (@K_Spinz) April 6, 2023
Looks ripped in these photos
— Justin Edelstein (@JustEdelstein) April 6, 2023
I think we found our next ILB. LOL
— Dennis Kapsis (@FinalFrontier37) April 6, 2023
Saleh put the league on notice last season as he showed that the Jets could very well be a team on the rise in the NFL, as all the team needs is a quarterback they can depend on under center to turn this team into a force to be reckoned with.
Insert Rodgers into the equation; Saleh has a solid squad on both sides of the football, with this team potentially being must-see TV for the foreseeable future.
Although the consensus was that this blockbuster trade with the Packers would have been done by now, it seems like a foregone conclusion that it will go through, making the Jets a team to watch during the offseason and throughout the upcoming 2023 campaign.NEXT: Jets Insider Explains The Tim Boyle Decision