Found April 28, 2013 on
Turn On The Jets:
New York Jets
The dust has finally settled on the New York Jets draft weekend. Since Thursday night there have been eight additions to the team’s roster, including six draft picks. We will individually spend time in the film room to break down each draft selection in-depth (and Chris Ivory) in the coming weeks. However, let’s round everything up to cap off the weekend.
Cleaning Up Previous Draft Weekend Messes - This year’s selections were a hard slap in the face to Mike Tannenbaum’s 2009 and 2010 draft decisions. Consider the following when looking at the seven selections from those two years
Mark Sanchez - Idzik has already brought in David Garrard for veteran competition but the decision not to pass on Geno Smith with the 39th pick showed a clear lack of faith in Sanchez as the long term answer for this team at quarterback. Expect to see a similar situation to how the Seahawks handled Tavaris Jackson last season. Sanchez will likely stick around on the roster through the summer, be given a ch...
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
We reported this weekend that it looks like Mark Sanchez’s days as a Jet are numbered. It looks like that might not be the case just yet.
According to Bob Glauber of Newsday, the Jets plan on keeping Sanchez on the roster heading into the preseason.
League source: #Jets expected to retain QB Mark Sanchez into preseason, let him compete for starting job. Sanchez to show up for...
Even though the New York Jets drafted Geno Smith in the second round of this year’s NFL draft, general manager John Idzik claims that Mark Sanchez will get to compete.
“What this means for Mark is competition,” said Idzik, per ProFootballTalk.com.
Idzik was then asked if there are plans to cut him, like ESPN reported.
“There are plans to let him compete,” he replied.
COMING TO AN END
The Jets' selection of Geno Smith could lead to the team releasing quarterback Mark Sanchez despite the salary cap hit.
According to a report from the NY Post, Tim Tebow has be cut by the New York Jets as of Monday morning. Though he showed up 15LBs lighter to volunatary workouts which began last week, and an improved throwing motion, the disaster that was Tim Tebow in New York is no longer. It comes as no surprise with the selection of Geno Smith in the 2nd round of this past weekend’s NFL Draft...
ESPN’s Sal Paolantonio reported yesterday that the New York Jets are thniking about releasing quarterback Mark Sanchez.
The Jets have been mum about Sanchez’s future, but it still sounds like he could end up getting released.
According to Paolantonio, Sanchez’s days as a Jet are “numbered.”
If it wasn’t for the fact that the jets gave Sanchez an extension...
TJ Rosenthal helps kicks off another week of New York Jets coverage at Turn On The Jets with his weekly No Huddle - Make sure to give TJ a follow on Twitter on Turn On The Jets a follow on Facebook.
Geno, Tebow and Sanchez
What a difference seven days makes. Darrelle who? Last Monday many were mourning the departure of Revis Island. Today Tim Tebow was released. News that will...
Geno Smith's surprising slide through the NFL draft stopped in the second round with the New York Jets.
The former West Virginia star, considered by many to be the top quarterback available in this year's draft, was taken with the seventh pick in the second round, 39th overall, Friday night. He could be the future replacement for Mark Sanchez.
Smith went from looking embarrassed...
This years NFL draft has come and gone in the blink of an eye. The Jets addressed some serious needs (an attempt to replace the loss of Revis in drafting CB Dee Milliner, 9th overall) and ignored others (no TE or WR for a team that desperately needs help offensively.) Since the beginning of time, it seems, there's no bigger question left unanswered than who will start at quarterback...
After failing to hear his name called on Thursday night, West Virginia quarterback Geno Smith received his new marching orders on Friday night when he was drafted by the New York Jets with the 39th overall pick.While Smith was happy to hear his name called, one can only wonder about his true emotions about going to the Jets.This pick by the Jets is a little baffling as the team still...
One year after trading for Tim Tebow, the New York Jets released the quarterback on Monday. The Jets announced the release of Tebow with a three-paragraph news release: “The New York Jets have
Geno Smith says his goal is to be ''a franchise quarterback,'' but acknowledges he has lots of work to do to get there with the New York Jets.
The former West Virginia star slid out of the first round of the NFL draft and was taken by the Jets on Friday night as a second-round pick. While he acknowledges at his introductory news conference at the Jets' practice...
Friday was either a very good day or a very, very bad day to be named Sanchez in the sports world, as Sanchez stars from New York to Detroit to St. Louis had some of the best and worst evenings in the history of professional athletics.
There was more to boo than there was to cheer for the Sanchez contingent, but for the sake of keeping things light off the bat, we'll start with...
Geno Smith drafted by the New York Jets
Geno Smith is the newest member of the New York Jets.
After waiting the entire day and eventually slipping out of the first round of the draft, Smith returned to Radio City Music Hall, Friday, to hear his name called and realize his dream.
Smith joins a crowded quarterback corp that includes starter Mark Sanchez, Tim Tebow, and...
BY DAN BEGNOCHE & NICK ST. DENISThe first day of the 2013 NFL Draft was uneventful for Geno Smith. Day 2 made up for it.After going defense twice in the first round, the New York Jets flipped the switch with their early second-round pick in nabbing the West Virginia quarterback.As Smith took the stage following New York's incredibly surprising move, he wasted no time giving...