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The New York Jets losing Mark Sanchez due to a deep shoulder bruise late in last week's preseason game against the New York Giants game might bring more snaps for rookie signal-caller Geno Smith.
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According to Rich Cimini of ESPNNewYork.com, some people within the Jets organization believe that rookie Geno Smith will be their week one starter with Mark Sanchez nursing a shoulder injury.
The decision to sit Smith confirms what we reported Sunday: Even though the Jets are calling it a day-to-day injury, there’s no guarantee Sanchez will be ready for Week 1. Some people close...
Just moments ago, the New York Jets signed recently released Graham Harrell. The former Green Bay Packers Quarterback was released after getting beat out by Vince Young. Harrell was Aaron Rodgers back up for several years and could test the other quarterbacks on the roster. @RichCimini: #Jets have agreed to terms with former Packers QB […]
New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez is likely to miss the season opener against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on September 8. The fifth-year pro out of USC is suffering from a deep shoulder bruise picked in the fourth quarter of the preseason game versus in state rival New York Giants.
Ian Rapport reports that although the Jets still have Sanchez at day-to-day there is worry within...
You have to love Joe Namath, because the guy is opinionated. His words are harsh at times, but usually they are 99 percent true. I don’t know what Rex Ryan was doing last week when he put his starting quarterback Mark Sanchez in the game, during clean up time. Rex Ryan seems to be flexing […]
Geno Smith has his offensive coordinator in his corner, and that just might help him win the Jets starting quarterback position by default.
Ian Rapoport was on NFL Network Friday, and reported that Jets offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg prefers Geno Smith over Mark Sanchez.
Mornhinweg reportedly is a “big fan of Smith’s potential and believes he’s the better option, whether...
The Jets’ quarterback competition is far from over, even as the regular season inches closer by the day, but Rex Ryan may finally have his starter for opening day.
Geno Smith is likely to start for the Jets in Week 1, according to ESPN. The rookie quarterback has been inconsistent this preseason, showing signs of poise and accuracy from the pocket but also throwing three interceptions...
The New York Jets may have no other option but to start rookie Geno Smith under center for Week 1.
Mark Sanchez, who was hurt late in the Jets third preseason game, could miss multiple weeks according to ESPN’s Ed Werder on SportsCenter.
This situation is ongoing as is the quarterback battle in New York.
Since the status of Sanchez is still up in the air so is the starting job...
This is a very well written letter by Valentina from Rick’s Cabaret in NYC.
Can you please give Geno Smith another chance? I know he messed up by throwing three INTs against the Giants, and yes, it was really bad when he stepped out of the end zone and gave up a safety, but it was the first time he ever started in an NFL game. He was nervous–I know I would be!
Jets Insider Radio will be broadcasting live on Weds night from 8-10 PM with a full review and breakdown of the Jets/Giants pre-season game on Saturday, Geno Smith's first start and the curious moves by Head Coach Rex Ryan. We will also update you on all the latest news coming out of camp and what to look for tomorrow when the Jets wrap up the pre-season against the Eagles .We...
New York Jets coach Rex Ryan took a lot of criticism for having Mark Sanchez in the game when he got hurt and it looks like they won’t take any chance of putting Geno Smith at risk this week. NFL.com is reporting that Matt Simms will get the start this week after the team signed Graham Harrell late last night.
Considering Geno Smith, Mark Sanchez, and Greg McElroy(he’s still...
With New York Jets' quarterbacks Mark Sanchez and Greg McElroy hobbled by injuries, second year gunslinger Matt Simms has made a strong case this preseason to be the team's backup quarterback to start the 2013 regular season.