When the New York Jets signed quarterback David Garrard, the hope was that he would provide the necessary competition to bring out the best in Mark Sanchez or push him out the door. Once Geno Smith fell to the Jets during the NFL draft last month, the hope was that Garrard would provide valued veteran leadership and mentor the young quarterback. Show More Summary
Carolina Panthers wide receiver Steve Smith went on a radio show in Charlotte on Wednesday and offered this assessment of Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez, "He sucks."
It's still open season on Mark Sanchez. CBS New York (h/t NFL.com) reports Carolina Panthers receiver Steve Smith had some interesting things to say about New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez. The moment came when Smith was on the air, co-hosting WFAN's "The Drive." "He sucks. Show More Summary
Sanchez did a good job nipping this non-troversy in the bud.
In today's Three and Out: the Jets, Browns and Jaguars are trying to sort out their QB options -- though they seem to be getting muddier by the day.
It’s apparently open season on Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez. Panthers wide receiver Steve Smith, inexplicably, was the latest to pile on, suggesting (we think) he did not care for the former Southern Cal quarterback. “I wouldn’t let Mark Sanchez throw me a paper bag sandwich,” Smith said on WFNZ, via the Sporting News. While Smith…
Carolina Panthers wide receiver Steve Smith has never been shy about speaking his mind, and he didn't hold back while discussing much-maligned New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez on a Charlotte radio station. According to Vinnie Iyer of Sporting News, when Smith was asked about Sanchez on WFNZ-AM, he was less than complimentary. Show More Summary
Mark Sanchez is more likely than ever to be the New York Jets’ starting quarterback when the season opens, what with David Garrard retiring Wednesday afternoon. Somehow, you just knew that the Jets’ QB competition — the subject of so … Continue reading ?
After David Garrard quits the New York Jets, the team’s once-muddled quarterback picture suddenly becomes more clear. That’s good news for Mark Sanchez. The embattled quarterback looked all but assured to be losing his starting job at the end of the 2012 season. Sanchez was plagued by sloppy, inconsistent play all year and by the [...]Show More Summary
The battle for the starting quarterback position just got a little easier for Mark Sanchez and Geno Smith. David Garrard announced today that he was quitting the team due to a lingering knee injury. Garrard,who had a chance at winning the starting position from Mark Sanchez, said today that his knee continued to swell up [...]Show More Summary
If there was any doubt about the immediate future of quarterback Mark Sanchez with the New York Jets, all questions should've been answered on Wednesday. Sanchez and his $8.25 million guaranteed salary will remain in New York through the entire 2013 season. Show More Summary
When the Jets drafted Geno Smith, creating a six-man quarterback conga line, many suggested that they should cut veteran Mark Sanchez. But given the realities of Sanchez’s contract, cutting him would mean paying him his fully-guaranteed salary of $8.25 million within 30 days. And it also would mean not having him around in the event…
Jets receiver Santonio Holmes said, as far as he's concerned, Mark Sanchez remains the team's starting quarterback despite the drafting of Geno Smith in the second round.
After the Jets went to back-to-back AFC Championship Games in coach Rex Ryan's first two years on the job, the team has slipped to 8-8 and 6-10 since. Rock bottom came in December when quarterback Mark Sanchez was benched and seventh-rounder Greg McElroy got the nod over Tim Tebow.
Before Mark Sanchez could talk about Geno Smith, the Twitter world had to discuss the headband he was wearing.
Mark Sanchez may be atop the Jets’ quarterback depth chart right now. But he may not be on the Jets’ quarterback depth chart at all in four months. There’s increasing talk that if rookie Geno Smith looks good this summer, and if veteran David Garrard stays healthy, that the Jets will go into the season…
The New York Jets raised some eyebrows Friday night when they selected Geno Smith in the second round of the NFL Draft. The choice muddied an already murky quarterback situation in New York, but general manager John Idzik suggested Tuesday that move will serve as a catalyst for preseason competition between Smith and returning starter Mark Sanchez.
In case you haven't heard, the New York Jets have a very intriguing quarterback situation as we head into the 2013 NFL season. With Tebowmania out the door via a swift kick, incumbent starter Mark Sanchez is now set to do battle with the savvy veteran David Garrard and the promising youngster with a chip on his shoulder in Geno Smith. Show More Summary
Andy Dalton and the Cincinnati Bengals are prepping for the 2013 season after back-to-back playoff appearances and another successful bout with the NFL draft. We're entering Dalton's third year in the league after being selected by the team in the second round of the 2011 NFL draft. Show More Summary
A look at a key player from each AFC East team who needs to show something in offseason sessions: New York Jets: Perhaps no AFC East player has a brighter spotlight on him this offseason than embattled Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez. Quarterback competitions are always interesting, but quarterback competitions in New York are taken to another level. Show More Summary