Aaron Rodgers and Haason Reddick are not attending Jets' mandatory minicamp

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FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — New York Jets quarterback Aaron Rodgers and edge rusher Haason Reddick are not participating in the team's mandatory minicamp. Both players are subject to roughly $50,000 in fines for the unexcused absences. Coach Robert Saleh says Rodgers' absence is related to an event "that is very important to him." Meanwhile, Reddick appears to be sitting out because of a contract issue. Saleh said Rodgers was at the facility Monday for a physical and team photo shoots, but then left to attend the undisclosed event, which the quarterback told the coach about well in advance. Reddick didn't attend any of the team's voluntary workouts after being acquired from Philadelphia in March.


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