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As the Jets try to clean up their mess, the one consistent question that remains is what will the team do about Mark Sanchez.
Many pundits assume he’ll only be on the roster because of his guaranteed $8.5 million salary this season. Many expect him to get competition.
One of his teammates who’s supported him since the beginning of this mess, Antonio Cromartie, thinks Sanchez will be fine if he just gets more offensive help.
Cromartie was speaking from the Pro Bowl, and according to NFL.com, he doesn’t think Sanchez was the problem at all.
“We have confidence in Mark,” Cromartie said Friday after the AFC team’s morning walk-through. “Like I’ve always said, even with the whole (Tim) Tebow thing, if we’re going to sign Mark to a three-year extension, we need to make sure we put guys around him.
“If he has good, veteran players around him — ones that know how to practice and compete at a high level every day — then you’ll have a better quarterback. But when you don’t have a supportin
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Incoming New York Jets general manager John Idzik has indicated that Mark Sanchez may be the de facto starting quarterback, but said "We're going to bring in competition."
Much of the sports world would agree that Mark Sanchez should not be the quarterback of the New York Jets.
But when people go inside the team facility, something funny happens. People start saying strange things, and most of those people become Sanchez fans.
New Jets general manager John Idzik has apparently joined that club and thinks Sanchez should still have a chance at the Jets’...
New York Jets cornerback Antonio Cromartie told the New York Post that new general manager John Idzik needs to get quarterback Mark Sanchez more help.
“He needs a better supporting cast,” Cromartie said. “That’s something the new GM has to look at and evaluate as he’s looking at the roster. He needs to get Mark some help.”
Cromartie stressed that they’re confident in...
New York Jets general manager John Idzik was groomed in an organization built on the premise of competition bulding contenders, an idea he's ready to introduce in his first days on the job with his new team. Idzik, introduced last week as Mike Tannenbaum's replacement, will have control over the roster and personnel decisions. That includes the ongoing hot-button topic...
With Mark Sanchez's future in New York tenuous at best, the Jets are paying close attention to Miami of Ohio University quarterback Zac Dysert.
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According to ESPNNewYork.com, there’s a small portion of the Jets organization that would rather trade cornerback Antonio Cromartie than Darrelle Revis.
Let’s think about this for a second: Cromartie’s trade value never will be higher; he’s coming off arguably his best year. A Cromartie trade would clear $8.2 million in cap room (only $2.5 million in dead money); a Revis...
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Current Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis took to Twitter to express his disbelief regarding rumors that the team might be looking to trade him.
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