Aaron Rodgers' pleasant demeanor with the Jets appears to be fading.

The New York Jets saw a difference in Aaron Rodgers' demeanor for the first time since acquiring him. All accounts indicate that he is as happy as he has been in years after being acquired from the Green Bay Packers.

He has been helpful throughout practice, assisting his teammates who are learning a new playbook that he knows like the back of his hand. 

Patience has been demonstrated, but as the Jets participated in a combined practice with the Carolina Panthers this week, Rodgers' frustrations became apparent.

Not everything was rainbows and smiles for the first time since joining Gang Green. According to ESPN's Rich Cimini, Rodgers showed some frustration for the first time as things weren't working as planned with him on the field.

"I sensed frustration from everyone — everybody on the O-line, Aaron, and the coaches," center Connor McGovern said. "You can't go three-and-out on a two-minute drive like that."

The Panthers' pass rush was having success against the Jets' offensive line, leading to the three-and-out and Rodgers' displeasure. That is not something New York has seen yet this offseason.

To make matters worse, the Jets defense allowed a touchdown to rookie Bryce Young and the Panthers offense, who went all the way down the field for a field goal. Rodgers dismissed any frustrations that were on display.

Rodgers is still doing and saying all of the right things for the time being. After 18 years with the Packers, joining the Jets will necessitate some adjustments for everyone. Since acquiring Brett Favre in 2008, New York hasn't had a player as divisive at the position.

However, if the offense continues to produce performances like the one against the Panthers, frustration will begin to boil over. It's unavoidable for a guy of Rodgers' caliber, but wide receiver Corey Davis says he's doing his best to be calm.

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