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New York Jets quarterbacks Mark Sanchez, Tim Tebow, and some of the other Jets players are getting some work in down on Shields Field at Fairleigh Dickinson University. In typical Tebow fashion, he’s practicing shirtless. Are the Jets really prepared to be held hostage for another season by this guy?-TO
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Count former coach and current NFL analyst Bill Cowher among those in the camp who believe that it's not time to give up on Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez just yet.
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...
New York, NY - After falling out of the first round, former West Virginia quarterback Geno Smith almost packed it up and went home for Round 2. Almost.Now, he's in New York City to stay.With the seventh pick in the second round (39th overall) the New York Jets took Smith to add to an all ready crowded quarterback situation that still includes Mark Sanchez, David Garrard, Tim...
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.
After enduring one of the most embarrassing descents in NFL Draft history, prolific West Virginia University quarterback Geno Smith was chosen with the 39th overall pick by the New York Jets on Friday. The 22-year-old Smith, who ran the 40-yard dash in 4.59 seconds at the NFL Combine in February, was projected as a top-10 pick by many insiders. To pacify the native Floridian, elite...
NFL rumors on draft day are equivalent to a swine flu epidemic, because the media makes a big deal about tiny incidents or quotes from executives and scouts that turn out to be nothing significant. However, the latest draft rumors involving the Buffalo Bills, involves a standoff between the Bills either taking Ryan Nassib with the 8th overall pick, or allowing the New York Jets two...
BOOM goes the dynamite. The New York Jets pull the trigger on a guy that falls into their lap.
The selection of Geno Smith may spell the end for quarterback Mark Sanchez, possibly being cut before June 1st, as the Jets may just bite the bullet with the cap hit.
That's all speculation for now, but Smith does join the New York Jets after expecting to be drafted early...
Early this year the nation obsessed over an attractive Auburn grad named Katherine Webb. But there’s another comely Auburn lass named Lindsay McCormick that you should know about. She was once linked to horrible New York Jets QB Mark Sanchez.
So maybe Sanchez can actually complete a romantic pass here and there. He certainly doesn’t complete many football passes.
From her bio...
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...
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) -- The New York Jets have selected West Virginia quarterback Geno Smith with their second-round pick in the NFL draft.
After falling through the first round Thursday, Smith was taken by New York on Friday night as the likely future replacement for Mark Sanchez, the team's first-rounder in 2009 who has struggled mightily the past two seasons.
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...
Former New York Jets wide receiver Wayne Chrebet had the unenviable task of announcing the team's 39th pick in front of the raucous Jets faithful inside Radio City Music Hall Friday night. And, even before the fan favorite finished the name "Geno Smith," loud strains of mostly boos from the stunned crowd swept throughout the massive concert hall.
Smith was labeled...
Great shot of Jets fans reaction to QB Geno Smith (via @espnimages) --> twitter.com/ESPNNFL/status…
— NFL on ESPN (@ESPNNFL) April 26, 2013
My Twitter timeline exploded in laughter as soon as the New York Jets selected West Virginia quarterback Geno Smith. It wasn't because of Geno.
Quarterback confusion is the distinguishing hallmark of the Jets. Five are...
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...