Originally written on NFL Trade Rumors  |  Last updated 11/20/14

Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News reports that the Jets will explore a trade for QB Mark Sanchez during the offseason. Mehta writes that the Jets will most likely have to eat a large portion of Sanchez’s 2013 base salary that will guarantee him $8.25 million next season. Mehta adds that the most any team that’s actually willing to trade for Sanchez would be willing to take on is $3 million. This, of course, is assuming that such a team actually exists. I couldn’t imagine any player in the league having as little trade value as Sanchez currently has. There’s numerous questions about his overall ability and the fact that he would require a team to part with some sort of value that would include cash compensation and possible a draft pick, would suggest that there are only a few potential options out there. According to the report, Michael Vick would be willing to play for the Jets next season, assuming Sanchez is no longer on the team’s roster. Rex Ryan reportedly “loves” Vick, so this could be his last hope of remaining the Jets head coach beyond 2013.     The post Report: Jets Prepared To Trade QB Mark Sanchez appeared first on NFL Trade Rumors.

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  • Dear Woody, we will all pitch in to pay the rest of Sanchez's salary so we can get Flynn, Moore or Alex Smith and get rid of buttfumble Sanchez. Love, Jets fans.
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