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Mark Sanchez told the NFL Network he felt he won the Jets’ QB competition. According to NFL.com, Head coach Rex Ryan doesn’t know where Mark Sanchez got that idea from.
“I never said he won the competition. That’s his opinion. It’s not about a company line. Apparently, if that’s what he said then that’s his opinion. Again there is that ongoing competition.”
With reports coming out that Sanchez is being advised to skip surgery and just rehab, the door may not be closed on his Jets career. It’s likely improbable, but not all the way out of the question.
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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...
If you own Mark Sanchez in Fantasy Football it is safe to throw him on the I/R. If he is your starting quarterback, you might as well stop playing fantasy anyway. Today the New York Jets announced they placed Mark Sanchez on the Injured Reserve with a designation to return. What that means is Sanchez […]
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.
Sanchez injured his right shoulder in the team's third preseason game against the Giants. He has opted to try to rehabilitate the injury rather than have season-ending surgery.
The team announced the move on Saturday.
Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez will miss more than half of the regular season with the shoulder injury he suffered in the preseason.
The Jets have announced that Sanchez has been placed on injured reserve designated for return.
That means Sanchez can return to practice in six weeks and can return to the active roster in eight weeks. The Jets’ bye is Week 10 so the earliest Sanchez...
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...
The Jets have placed quarterback Mark Sanchez on the injured reserve/designated to return list. SOURCE: Albert Breer, NFL.comFantasy Spin:That makes him eligible to return in Week 12. Sanchez has been battling shoulder issues. With Sanchez set to become a free agent after the season, it's possible that he's played his final game as a New York Jet.
Could Mark Sanchez have played his last down as a New York Jet already? If he opt to have surgery, the chances are very high. 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 […]
Reports surfaced earlier this week that Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez would need surgery on his injured shoulder but now his doctors don't think surgery will be necessary. SOURCE: Rich Cimini, ESPN New YorkFantasy Spin:Rex Ryan told the media Friday that Sanchez is still hoping to play this season. His replacement, Geno Smith, struggled mightily in a loss to the Patriots on Thursday...
It only took a few minutes before the New York Jets started pulling butt fumble-esque and Rex Ryan started giving America this face.
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...
Jets head coach Rex Ryan says that Sanchez could still be the guy in New York. Really.
According to Seth Walder of the New York Daily News, Jets rookie cornerback Dee Milliner may not get back in the starting lineup anytime soon after being benched on Thursday night.
Jets head coach Rex Ryan believes that Milliner’s progress as been stunted due to shoulder surgery back in March.
“I don’t know. We’ll see,” Ryan said about his starting status. “The young...
Sometimes it’s better to be lucky than good. In the Jets’ case, that appears to be exactly what’s happening.
ESPN NFL analyst Chris Mortensen reported that Mark Sanchez has a labral tear in his throwing shoulder, an injury that will likely require surgery, sidelining the Jets’ veteran quarterback for the rest of the season.
It’s a piece of news that ends any quarterback...
The results of week 1 in the NFL frequently lead to harsh overreactions of both the positive and negative manner. You never want to invest too much into a single game. The Philadelphia Eagles may not score 2,000 points this season, for example. David Wilson will probably fumble less than 30 times in 2013…probably. The defending Super Bowl Champs aren’t heading to a 2-14 year...
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