An article mentioning a New York Jets player being awarded the team’s Most Inspirational Player Award. The award is named after Dennis Byrd, a defensive end who was paralyzed in a 1992 game and had to relearn how to walk. The award was given to Aaron Rodgers, who suffered a torn Achilles four snaps into the season opener and attempted a comeback but was unable to do so. There are conflicting opinions on the award’s relevance, given Byrd’s inspiring story of overcoming paralysis, compared to Rodgers’ comeback attempt. The head coach, Robert Saleh, defended the decision, stating that Rodgers deserved the award due to his commitment and positive influence on his teammates.