Tim Tebow’s signing by the Eagles sparked an Internet frenzy, with plenty of speculation about what, if any, role the quarterback might have in Philadelphia. However, according to Mark Sanchez, the hullabaloo over the former Heisman Trophy winner, who hasn’t played in the NFL since 2012, amounts to much ado about not much at all. […]
The Philadelphia Eagles' surprising signing of Tim Tebow seemingly muddled the team's quarterback situation, but Mark Sanchez isn't concerned about his standing. According to CSNPhilly.com, the expected backup to Sam Bradford revealed...Show More Summary
Mark Sanchez thinks Tim Tebow is a camp arm. Sanchez told CSNPhilly.com that he’s been told Tebow was signed as another quarterback to give the receivers some work because Sam Bradford is still not 100 percent. “He’s obviously a great guy, he works hard. And we needed another guy to throw while Sam’s still recovering,”…
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The last thing Mark Sanchez probably ever wanted to hear may soon come to pass: Tim Tebow to sign with the Philadelphia Eagles. As reported by Jay Glazer via his Twitter account, the Eagles are planning on bringing Tebow into camp as they begin their offseason program. Show More Summary
PHILADELPHIA -- Connect the quarterback dots. In 2007, Florida’s Tim Tebow won the Heisman Trophy. Tebow became the first sophomore ever to win the Heisman. He returned for his junior season at the University of Florida and had another great season. Show More Summary
It appears that any visions of Tim Tebow and Mark Sanchez joining up for another ride will have to be put on ice. The football world was buzzing on Monday when word broke that Tebow was working out as a quarterback for the Eagles, but it looks like we’ll have to keep waiting if Tebow…
ESPN Eagles reporter Phil Sheridan says the team is filling needs with CB Byron Maxwell, RB Frank Gore and bringing back QB Mark Sanchez.
The Philadelphia Eagles' signing of Mark Sanchez to a two-year deal Sunday night will fuel the intrigue of Chip Kelly possibly making a serious run at Marcus Mariota in the NFL draft. Could the Cleveland Browns help him do just that,...Show More Summary
There’s a reason Mark Sanchez is getting paid in Philadelphia, and there was a bidding war for Josh McCown. The law of supply and demand is why, and the NFL quarterback position is the best illustration of how that graph you learned the first day of college Econ class works in real life. And with so…
PHILADELPHIA -- When the Philadelphia Eagles conduct their first on-field drills this spring, their starting offense will include Nick Foles or Mark Sanchez at quarterback, Frank Gore at running back and Riley Cooper and Jordan Matthews...Show More Summary
PHILADELPHIA -- Mark Sanchez will be back with the Philadelphia Eagles in 2015. That part is clear. What it means is not clear at all. Sanchez’s new contract is a two-year deal with a maximum value of $16 million, $5.5 million of which...Show More Summary
Chip Kelly’s running his offseason at the same kind of tempo he wants his offense to play on the field. A flurry of moves (or at least apparently mutually agreed upon negotiating positions) continues, as the Eagles have reached an agreement to retain quarterback Mark Sanchez, according to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network. According to…
The Titans, owners of the second pick in the 2015 NFL Draft, have the opportunity to take whichever quarterback the Buccaneers don’t want. But they might decide they don’t want one at all. According to Mike Garafolo of FOX Sports, the Titans have shown “decent interest” in Eagles free agent Mark Sanchez. Which makes sense, since…
Mark Sanchez will remain in Philadelphia after all, agreeing to a two-year deal. Quarterback Mark Sanchez will stay in Philadelphia after agreeing to a two-year deal with the Eagles, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN. The deal reportedly...Show More Summary
Quarterback Mark Sanchez apparently liked his one-year career resurrection under head coach Chip Kelly enough to try it again. Sanchez and the Eagles agreed to a two-year contract on Sunday, as the former first-round pick will try to...Show More Summary
Pending free agent Mark Sanchez is one of the best quarterbacks available this offseason. While it's a fact that speaks more to the lack of depth at the position than his accomplishments through six seasons in the NFL, it helps his open-market...Show More Summary
Mark Sanchez may be satisfied to remain in Philadelphia. The Eagles and Sanchez are in talks and have a strong mutual interest in staying together for 2015, according to NJ.com. If Sanchez returns, that means he’s settling for a situation in which he’d likely be a backup again, and maybe even a third-stringer if the…
It's another weak free agent class at the quarterback position, which isn't surprising. Mark Sanchez and Brian Hoyer headline the list. The 2015 free agency period is right around the corner, which means a whole bunch of players are about to be looking for new teams. Show More Summary