Found December 28, 2012 on Jb Smooth's Spot:
The New York Jets drama and quarterback shuffle continues after Greg McElroy revealed to the coaching staff that he was having concussion symptoms. He missed practice Wednesday and Thursday. Mark Sanchez will get the start in the season finale and Tim Tebow will be the back up. Now we will [...]
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