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There must be something new in the water over in Florham Park because it seems the New York Jets long held policy of “tell all” has turned into a policy of “tight lipped”. It used to take little effort from the media to get a member of the Jets organization, any member, to spill the details on locker room drama so you can imagine how surprised the guys on “The Dave Dameshek Football Program” were when they could not get Jets left tackle D’Brickashaw Ferguson to provide any dirt on the great Sanchez/Tebow debate.
According to NFL.com, Ferguson was asked a myriad of questions regarding the two quarterbacks, their relationship, as well as their future role on the team – some questions pertinent to football and some downright ridiculous (who is more likely to go see the Dark Knight Rises) – and Ferguson didn’t have a response to any of them. While he did say he believes Mark Sanchez’s three year experience does make him the “perfect man for the job”, he, along with the rest
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CORTLAND, N.Y. -- The heavens opened up on the second day of training camp for the Jets at SUNY Cortland, and not just because Tim Tebow was present. On the first day that practice was made open to the public, thousands of fans -- a few of whom were actually bashing the Florida Gator product -- stayed to see what's in store for their team as the 2012 season approaches.QUARTERBACK...
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Well that didn’t take long. Barely a day into Jets training camp and already there’s a quarterback controversy of sorts, except that this has nothing to do with the on-field performances of Tim Tebow and/or Mark Sanchez. Seems a female reporter mistakenly called Sanchez “Tim” during an interview session, to which the current New York starting QB coolly...
NFL training camps have opened and the media circus in NY is only just beginning to form around the Jets. With Tim Tebow in town, starting QB Mark Sanchez is starting to see real competition and could even find his job in jeopardy. However, you'd think people would at least have the courtesy of remembering his name...
The Canucks over at Last Angry Fan send along Reporter refers to Mark Sanchez as ‘Tim’ at Jets training camp, awkwardness ensues (VIDEO). Perhaps name tags, front and back are required.
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While they will almost never be confused for one another on the field, one Jets reporter has already mistaken Mark Sanchez for Tim Tebow off the field. On Friday, a reporter was in a scrum with Sanchez when she incorrectly asked "Tim" a question. Sanchez laughed off the mistake and told her "I'm Mark," as seen below.
It appears that one reporter had Tim Tebow on the brain during a New York Jets Q&A session at the New York Jets training camp.
Watch as she calls Jets starting quarterback Mark Sanchez, "Tim":
It's nice that Mark laughed it off since I'm pretty sure that he is seething inside from that.
DENVER, CO – NOVEMBER 17: Quarterback Mark Sanchez #6 of the New York Jets and quarterback Tim Tebow #15 of the Denver Broncos meet at midfield after the Broncos defeated the Jets 17-13 at Sports Authority Field at Mile High on November 17, 2011 in Denver, Colorado. Tim Tebow scored the game winning touchdown with 58 seconds remaining in the game. (Image credit: Getty Images via...
Everyone at the New York Jets' opening day of training camp Thursday was on their best behavior and Rex Ryan intends to keep it that way. The team— which seems to have more dramas than an episode of "Dallas"— has a quarterback controversy ready to boil over and the head coach wants his players— specifically Santonio Holmes— to turn down the heat.
Tebow basically has landed in Metropolis and sooner or later he will don the cape as the starter for the Jets. It’s pretty bad when a reporter already called Mark Sanchez “Tim”.
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Perhaps no team comes into the 2012-13 season with more questions than the New York Jets. After collapsing at the end of last season they knew they had many issues to address. They had fighting between the players, a quarterback that had taken a big step back in his third year, an offensive line that couldn’t...