• Report: Jets will consider releasing Mark Sanchez

    Summary of 19 articles · Updated Apr 28, 2013
    The Jets are considering releasing Sanchez and Tebow, according to sources. With the second-round selection of Geno Smith, the New York Jets now have a surplus of quarterbacks, leading some sources familiar with the situation to say the team will consider releasing quarterback Mark Sanchez. Releasing Sanchez would have significant ramifications on the Jets' cash budget and salary cap. But that doesn’t mean Sanchez knows what his future is or whether he has a future with the Jets. A day after the Jets orga...
    • Sources: Sanchez plans to be at workouts

      Despite an uncertain future with the New York Jets, lame-duck quarterback Mark Sanchez is planning to show up Monday to continue voluntary workouts for the third week of the offseason program, sources said Sunday night.
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Sanchez hasn't asked for trade from Jets

      Mark Sanchez may no longer be “The Sanchise,” but the fifth-year quarterback has no plans to ask the Jets to cut the cord. The quarterback has not requested to be released or traded in the wake of Gang Green’s decision to draft his presumptive repla
    • What’s Sanchez Status With the Team?

      League source: #Jets expected to retain QB Mark Sanchez into preseason, let him compete for starting job. Sanchez to show up for work tomw.- Bob Glauber (@BobGlauber) April 28, 2013 JordanIn my opinion Garrard should be the opening day starter and let G
    • Mornhinweg talks Sanchez

      A day after the Jets organization said everything it needs to say regarding the future of Mark Sanchez by using a high second-round pick on quarterback Geno Smith, offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg said some more things about the fifth overall pick…
    • Mark Sanchez is no longer the NY Jets franchise quarterback

      Rex Ryan, Mark Sanchez and Darrelle Revis have been the faces of the Jets franchise and one by one they are being phased out as Woody Johnson and John Idzik are making a clean sweep.
    • Ryan supports, but won't commit to Sanchez

      New York Jets coach Rex Ryan expressed confidence Saturday in lame-duck quarterback Mark Sanchez, but he wouldn't commit to Sanchez beyond the first OTA practice.
      Source: ESPN.com
    • With NY Jets picking QB Geno Smith, the Mark Sanchez Era is over

      Mark Sanchez did this to himself with all the interceptions, the bad decisions and, of course, the Butt Fumble. The Sanchez Era is over for the Jets. Whether they cut him tomorrow or next week, over the summer or if he somehow hangs on until after the s…
    • Jets have been in contact with Sanchez, but his future is unclear

      The Jets’ decision to spend a second-round draft pick on quarterback Geno Smith did not come as a surprise to incumbent starter Mark Sanchez, as the team was in contact with him today to let him know that was a possibility. But that doesn’t mean Sanch
    • Sanchez dazzles with 17 K's in Tigers' romp

      Anibal Sanchez struck out 17 in eight marvelous innings for Detroit, confounding the Atlanta Braves in a dazzling performance Friday night and leading the Tigers to a 10-0 victory.
      Source: ESPN.com
  • New York Jets Draft A Quarterback, Media Salivates

    The New York Jets drafted Geno Smith with the 39th pick Friday night and that sound you heard was the sharpening of knives as media types prepare to dine on what remains of Mark Sanchez. Then they'll turn to Geno Smith.Read more...
    Source: deadspin.com
  • Jonathan Sanchez draws six-game suspension for throwing at Allen Craig

    Your browser does not support iframes. Given his unpredictable command and erratic performances over the past few seasons, it's a wonder Jonathan Sanchez even found a landing spot with a major league team this season. I guess it's true when people sugge…
    Source: yahoo.com
  • Myers: The Sanchise is in ruins

    Rex Ryan, Mark Sanchez and Darrelle Revis have been the faces of the Jets franchise and one by one they are being phased out as Woody Johnson and John Idzik are making a clean sweep.
  • Mehta: As Smith joins Sanchez, Idzik's signals mixed

    John Idzik may have the last laugh years from now if the players he selected in his first draft flourish, but the Jets don’t look any better on paper than they did a few days ago.

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