• Decision day coming for Jets on Sanchez

    Summary of 11 articles · Updated Mar 22, 2014
    • With release, Mark Sanchez's sad Jets saga comes to a close

      The Jets closed the book on Mark Sanchez's tumultuous career with the team by releasing him Friday.
      Source: CNNSI.com
    • Unnamed coach who wanted a crack at Sanchez gets it

      In late January, an unnamed coach told Brian Costello of the New York Post that, if/when the Jets cut Mark Sanchez, Sanchez would be welcome in the unnamed coach’s locker room. “We’d take Sanchez,” the unnamed coach said. “He’d be the starter as soon as…
    • The Sanchise No More: Jets officially release Mark Sanchez

      Mark Sanchez knew this day was coming even as he wished in a strange sort of way that it wouldn’t. There was no shock when the Jets officially released him on Friday, no disbelief when the organization ended a strange five-year relationship with their e…
    • Jets Release Mark Sanchez to Make Room for Michael Vick

      The moves raise the question of what the team plans to do with Geno Smith, who will be entering his second season.
      Source: nytimes.com
    • Jets release former franchise QB Sanchez

      Mark Sanchez, once considered the New York Jets' franchise quarterback, was released Friday, completing a stunning downfall even by New York standards.
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Sanchez’s release comes 26 months after Rex’s vow

      The curious, confounding career of Mark Sanchez has ended in New York, less than five years after it began. The decision to cut Sanchez comes only two years and four months after coach Rex Ryan made a clear and unequivocal vow regarding Sanchez’s tenure…
    • Blue Jays await Sanchez's arrival after strong spring

      Aaron Sanchez threw what could possibly turn into his final outing of the Grapefruit League season on Friday afternoon, but before returning to Minor League camp, he made sure to leave a lasting impression not only with his future teammates, but the org…
      Source: MLB.com
  • Pirates catcher Tony Sanchez to stay in the majors

    BRADENTON, Fla. -- The Pirates will open the season with Tony Sanchez on the active roster as the backup catcher, general manager Neal Huntington said Friday, and will not pursue a catcher from outside the organization.
  • Pirates trim roster in anticipation of season opener

    BRADENTON, Fla. — The Pirates reassigned eight players to minor league camp today, slimming their major league camp to 43 players.

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