By the time Derek Jeter walked off the field following Monday’s first full-squad workout, his ankle was the least of his concerns.

“My leg feels fine,” Jeter said after taking batting practice and fielding ground balls. “Everything else feels a little rough, but my ankle feels good.”

It marked the first time Jeter had worked out on the infield dirt after taking balls on the grass at the team’s minor-league complex last week. Asked specifically what felt “rough,” Jeter began making a list.

“Everything,” Jeter said. “Where do you want to start? Neck. My shoulder. My back. My calf. My foot. I’m just talking about getting in shape in general. You talk to guys who worked out all offseason, the first week of spring training they’re sore — so don’t make a big deal out of this.”

Jeter didn’t run on the field, though he’s expected to do so in the coming days. While his teammates stretched and ran on the field, Jeter did his stretch routine inside the clubhouse before hitting the field as he’s not going through the same regimen just yet.

“What I may be doing may be different than what those guys are doing,” Jeter said. “They’re not going to make a special program for me.”

Jeter didn’t do much lateral movement in the field, though Joe Girardi noted that was by design before adding, “Those days will be coming soon enough.

“I thought he looked okay,” Girardi said. “It’s kind of what I expected to see right now. There’s a plan that we’ll increase a little bit each day, and get stronger each day, and we’ll get him in a game when we can get him in a game.”