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Since he went down in the preseason, we haven't been privy to the true extent of Mark Sanchez's shoulder injury.
ESPN's Chris Mortensen reports that the Jets fear Sanchez has a partially torn labrum in his right (throwing) shoulder. Mort added the veteran quarterback will get a second opinion on the injury this week.
And that's not all.
FOX Sports' Jay Glazer learned Sanchez is also dealing with a shoulder dislocation. Jets doctors had to pop it back in its socket on the field as Sanchez was writing around in pain. Before he's cleared to play, they have to make sure the shoulder stays in place.
Glazer reiterated not to expect Sanchez back in the near future. If the labrum tear is confirmed, Sanchez could be sidelined for quite a while.
No matter what the Jets say, it remains a real possibility that Sanchez has played his last down in a Jets uniform.
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Chris Mortensen is reporting that Mark Sanchez may have torn his labrum. He will get a second opinion from Dr.James Andrews. You saw Mark Sanchez throwing lefty. That’s because docs believe he has partially torn labrum. 2nd opinion this week from Dr Andrews.-@mortreport An injury like that would certainly hurt Sanchez’s career stock. Need NFL Tickets? Loading... ZergNet...
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The New York Jets are concerned that Mark Sanchez has a partially torn labrum in his right throwing shoulder.
Sanchez, 26, was injured late in the Jets third preseason game and went down with what was initially ruled shoulder bruise.
If Sanchez does indeed have a torn labrum his season is likely to be over. Chris Mortensen of ESPN says that Sanchez will have a second opinion on his...
Mark Sanchez has been battling an injury for the last few weeks, and it’s been reported that Jets rookie Geno Smith would get the start at quarterback in Week 1 against the Buccaneers.
The writing may be on the wall for Sanchez, though, if the team’s official depth chart is any indication. Smith, of course, is listed as the team’s starter, followed by Matt Simms and newly signed...
It’s the end of an era for the relationship between Mark Sanchez and Brandon Moore‘s butt.
The highlight (or lowlight, depending on how you look at it) of the Jets quarterback dropping the football ball after running into Moore’s backside has held the No. 1 spot SportsCenter’s “Not Top 10: Worst of the Worst” countdown for 40 straight weeks, and ESPN announced it is...
Chris Mortensen of ESPN reports that Jets QB Mark Sanchez could have a partially torn labrum in his right shoulder.
Mortensen noticed Sanchez was passing the ball with his left non-throwing arm. Apparently doctors believe Sanchez might have a partially torn his labrum on his right shoulder when taking that big hit against the Giants in preseason.
It had been rumored that Sanchez...
The New York Jets host the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on
Sunday. Who is in? Who is out?
Find out, in your New York Jets Week 1 injury report.
It looks like the New York Jets listed everyone in the organization
on this week’s injury report. Did Rex
Ryan wake up Friday morning, have a couple of donuts and toss at his feet Jets’
trading cards and any player landing face up on...
In December 2009, New York Jets football coach Rex Ryan submitted a movie treatment, “Coach vs. Aliens: First & Death” to Universal Studios, which was rejected. Now, for the first time, is a copy of that treatment.
(Photoshop by Rex Ryan)
Coach vs. Aliens: First & Death
By Rex Ryan
The scene is the Philadelphia Eagles’ locker room, in the past. Coach Friendly...
According to Jay Glazer of FOX Sports, Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez could miss several weeks after dislocating his shoulder during the preseason.
Mark Sanchez dislocated his shoulder on that big it. Docs popped it back in socket but it’s a shoulder subluxation, has to make sure it stays in in order to play. Dislocation plus an already partially torn labrum.
You have to imagine...
Remember Mark Sanchez and Tim Tebow?
We don't either. ESPN needs new blood to beat up. Sorry, Skip and Stephen A.
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And the New England Patriots are being sued in the death of a fan and it's not because Wes Welker dropped one over the wrong shoulder...
Success in the NFL is almost entirely measured by getting to or winning championships, and that alone. It's a tool that is used to determine, over the course of a season or career, the franchises players' or organizations' long-term accomplishments. Unfair or fair, that's just the way it is these days. So when you look back at Rex's tenure here in New York, has...
The New York Jets brought veteran journeyman quarterback Brady Quinn in as an insurance policy after Mark Sanchez and rookie Geno Smith went down with respective injuries. The team released Quinn last week in a financial move. If Quinn had been on the roster for Sunday’s game, his entire salary for the 2013 season would have been guaranteed. In a move that was not unexpected, Brady...