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According to Rich Eisen of the NFL Network, Mark Sanchez plans on playing this season and claims that he won the Jets quarterback competition between himself and Geno Smith.
Just spoke to @MarkSanchez who said doctors "pleasantly surprised" by his "progress" and plan is to rehab & "get back on field" for '13 Jets
— Rich Eisen (@richeisen) September 12, 2013
Sanchez said he is eager to be there for Geno, but added he's disappointed in getting hurt because "I won the competition. There's no doubt"
— Rich Eisen (@richeisen) September 12, 2013
Boy Sanchez is delusional. The Jets would have lost to the Bucs last week if Smith didn’t start.
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It seems Mark Sanchez has all but played his last down as a Jet.
After visiting with Dr. James Andrews on Wednesday, Sanchez is likely to need season-ending surgery on his right (throwing) shoulder, ESPN's Chris Mortensen reports.
It was reported by both ESPN and FOX Sports' Jay Glazer last Sunday that the Jets' embattled quarterback is dealing with a labrum tear...
Mike Silver of the NFL Network was a guest on NFL Total Access Kickoff and indicated that Mark Sanchez is frustrated with the Jets.
“Make no mistake. He’s frustrated with the Jets. And he has good reason,” said Silver.
Silver continued,, ”They put him in a bad situation when he had won the job. No one stood up and owned it the way Sanchez would have after throwing an interception...
This Mark Sanchez drama about his shoulder injury has become a complete sideshow. Only a day after Mark Sanchez said that he won the starting QB job, reports have surfaced that there are multiple doctors advising that he skip the surgery and just rehab:
Multiple doctors have told Mark Sanchez that he should NOT have shoulder surgery at this time, per sources. #nyj
— Manish Mehta...
Albert Breer reports that the Jets have placed QB Mark Sanchez on injured reserve with the designation to return.
This means that Sanchez will be out until Week 8 of the NFL season, but also implies that the Jets intend to use Sanchez in some capacity once he’s healthy. After all, the Jets can only use this designation on one player.
Sanchez suffered a torn labrum a weeks ago...
New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez met with surgeon Dr. James Andrews yesterday and was diagnosed with a torn labrum in his throwing shoulder, according to Chris Mortensen of ESPN.Jets QB Mark Sanchez is likely to have surgery after Dr. James Andrews confirmed he has a labral tear in right shoulder, per league sources— Chris Mortensen (@mortreport) September 12, 2013 Sanchez...
The New York Jets’ quarterback drama continued Thursday, this time with injured quarterback Mark Sanchez running his mouth once again.
The Jets certainly aren’t shy about sharing their opinions, and a clearly frustrated Sanchez gave reporters a new target to aim at. In an interview with NFL Network’s Rich Eisen, Sanchez backed up an earlier personal sentiment that he had won...
ESPN’s Chris Mortensen reports that Dr. James Andrews confirmed that Jets QB Mark Sanchez does in fact have a labral tear in his right shoulder.
Mortensen adds that Sanchez is likely to have surgery on his injured shoulder in the coming weeks.
The Jets have said publicly that they have no plans to place Sanchez on season-ending injured reserve, but this kind of injury would...
Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez has been placed on injured
reserve-designated for return, meaning he will not be able to play
for the next eight weeks.
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When the Patriots and Jets square off in Week 2 on Thursday night (did you know? You can start previewing it with CBSSports.com's live show at 7:30 p.m. ET right here) Mark Sanchez will be nowhere to be seen. The Jets backup quarterback was reportedly slated to have season-ending surgery but it appears that's not the case.
In fact Sanchez told NFL Network's Rich Eisen...
BY NICK ST. DENISThe New York Jets still refuse to name Geno Smith the permanent starting quarterback despite placing Mark Sanchez on injured reserve Saturday.Their leverage? Sanchez is designated to return Week 11 after rehabbing his shoulder.Sanchez, meanwhile, isn't ready to give Smith the job, either. The veteran signal-caller is committed to helping the rookie along through...
Mark Sanchez believes the one and only reason he is not the starting quarterback of the New York Jets right now is that he injured his shoulder. Prior to the controversial injury, which Sanchez suffered when Ryan put him on the field in the fourth quarter of the final preseason game, it was still unclear […]
Hours before the Jets and Patriots set football back centuries in a Thursday night slopfest Mark Sancheztold NFL Network's Rich Eisen that if he hadn't been injured in the preseason he would be New York's starting quarterback.
"I won the competition" he said. "There's no doubt."
Maybe not in Sanchez's mind but the revelation was news to coach...
The Mark Sanchez question has finally been answered. For the last week, Sanchez had the option to get the season ending surgery, or to rehab his shoulder by going on the IR Designated to return list.
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He chose rehab and will be put on the Jets, IR to Return list. If you remember, Sanchez suffered the shoulder injury in their Preseason match up against...
From the moment that the New York Jets brain-trust drafted quarterback Geno Smith the in the second round of the 2013 NFL Draft, it was more than apparent that Smith was their new guy.The rookie was seemingly defeated in a quarterback competition that he had already won before he put on a green and white jersey.
Incumbent Mark Sanchez lost the confidence of the front office last...