The Jets' offseason questions include Aaron Rodgers' trade.

The Jets are back to work, but some big players will be absent.

On Monday, the Jets began their offseason training in preparation for the 2023 season.

The first two weeks of the program are dedicated to fitness, lifting, meetings, and physical recovery.

Except for a mandated minicamp in June, the offseason program is entirely voluntary.

Here are five questions to consider as the Jets begin their summer program:

The commencement of the offseason program is the first indicator that the Jets still do not have their presumed starting quarterback on the roster.

The Jets and Packers are still at odds over Rodgers, and the draft next week could serve as a soft deadline to reach an agreement.

Rodgers is unlikely to be in New Jersey for most of the voluntary portion of the offseason training.