Originally posted on The Other Paper  |  Last updated 4/25/12
New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez and receiver Santonio Holmes were booed loudly at Madison Square Garden during Wednesday night's Knicks-Clippers game. While the two players attempt to patch up any differences they had last season— by being seen in public together— it sounds like New York fans aren't enthralled with either one. Sanchez and Holmes sat together courtside and were roundly booed after they were shown on the Garden's JumboTron screen during the first quarter.  Jets cornerback Antonio Cromartie also sat next to his teammates but was introduced separately. It looked like Sanchez and Holmes were not bothered by the boos. The two players are putting on their happy faces and palling around in an attempt to mend their relationship after it developed a rift during the 2011 season. Holmes publicly criticized the Jets offense and put Sanchez on the spot—which prompted the quarterback to call a team meeting which Holmes didn't attend. Sanchez vowed to repair the ...
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