The horror film from “Blair Witch Project” director Eduardo Sánchez and screenwriter Jamie Nash marks Bigfoot’s return to the big screen. The movie, starring Chris Osborn, Dora Madison Burge and Roger Edwards, follows a familiar formula, but adopts a new spin on the Sasquatch myth.
New York Jets rumors are heating up as free agency nears with a major change at quarterback looming. Free agency starts Tuesday at 4 pm ET, and many think the Jets will be one of the biggest players. After an up-and-down campaign from rookie Geno Smith, many expect the team to make a splash in... Show More Summary
The New York Jets could save $8.3 million against the salary cap this offseason by cutting Mark Sanchez. Will Sanchez be able to find a starting job if he is released? Will teams covet him as an elite insurance policy in case their starting...Show More Summary
It’s a given that quarterback Mark Sanchez won’t return to the Jets with a $9 million base salary and a $2 million roster bonus due later this month. But until he’s cut, there’s a chance he could stay, with a revised deal. Per a source with knowledge of the situation, it’s still too early to…
New CBS analyst Bart Scott offered quite the endorsement for former teammate Mark Sanchez. Sort of. Scott offered some backhanded praise of the quarterback everyone assumes will be a former Jet soon. “Can Sanchez go out and be a player in this league? Absolutely,” Scott told Metro’s Kristian Dyer. “For me, right now, he’d be…
Jets coach Rex Ryan was in the stands to watch the Yankees in spring training yesterday, so the baseball writers jumped him to talk about quarterbacks Geno Smith and Mark Sanchez. You could tell it was the baseball writers, because you get delightful sentences like “Ryan has a tattoo of his wife wearing a Sanchez…
Should the Jets chose to release Mark Sanchez they'll need someone to push Geno Smith. Josh McCown could be that guy.
INDIANAPOLIS -- The New York Jets and quarterback Mark Sanchez's representatives met Friday at the NFL scouting combine to discuss the quarterback's future with the team. While nothing was resolved in what was termed a preliminary discussion,...Show More Summary
No one really expects quarterback Mark Sanchez to be a Jet much longer, but it sounds like he’ll be ready to help another team soon. According to Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News, he’s progressing well in his rehabilitation from shoulder surgery, and throwing with “good velocity.” He’s four months out from the…
INDIANAPOLIS -- Mark Sanchez is progressing well with his shoulder rehab and has resumed throwing, according to New York Jets officials. But they clammed up when asked if Sanchez will be doing his throwing for the Jets in 2014. The former...Show More Summary
Quarterback Mark Sanchez remains under contract with the Jets. With a $9 million base salary, a $2 million roster bonus due in late March, and 2013 second-rounder Geno Smith leading the team to an unlikely 8-8 record, it’s unlikely Sanchez will be back in 2014. But coach Rex Ryan says he prefers that the team…
Jets general manager John Idzik wouldn't rule out the possibility of Mark Sanchez returning to the Jets next season.
On the schedule for Thursday in Indianapolis: Local media: New York Jets coach Rex Ryan (2:45 p.m.) and general manager John Idzik (3 p.m.) are scheduled for news conferences. The hot topics will be the futures of Mark Sanchez, Santonio...Show More Summary
Could Michael Vick be headed to the Big Apple? According to several sports blogs such as ESPN.com and Bleacher Report the answer might be yes. Vick, the 33 year old former starting quarterback for the Philadelphia Eagles will be a free agent this season. Show More Summary
The World MMA Awards can generally be hit-and-miss with their skits and overall presentation (Hit: Dear Wandy; Miss: Slap Wow; Both: Drunk-Ass Diego Sanchez), but this year’s installment features a pretty big hit. Enter UFC middleweight, Mark “The Filipino Wrecking Machine” Munoz and a spectacular “Wrecking Ball” parody. Show More Summary
There was a report last month that a coach of a NFL team other than the Jets said that quarterback Mark Sanchez would be “the starter as soon as he walked in the door.” While Sanchez says he wants to remain with the team that made him a first-round pick in 2009, that news should…
Mark Sanchez may be on shaky ground with the New York Jets, but his offseason recovery from surgery is reportedly right on track. Back in October, Sanchez had shoulder surgery, which wiped out the rest of his season. During his time off the field, he also had arthroscopic knee surgery. Show More Summary
Five players—cornerback Antonio Cromartie, offensive tackle D'Brickashaw Ferguson, wide receiver Santonio Holmes, center Nick Mangold and quarterback Mark Sanchez—consume almost $58 million of the New York Jets' 2014 salary cap. That's the ninth-highest such figure in the NFL. That may change soon. Show More Summary
NEWARK, N.J. -- Mark Sanchez didn't receive Pete Carroll's blessing when he left USC as an underclassman, but he received an endorsement Tuesday from his old college coach. The Seattle Seahawks' coach, speaking at Super Bowl XLVIII media...Show More Summary
A large number of talented players will hit the free-agency market this offseason in the NFL. In past years we have seen slightly above-average players receive lucrative contracts. For example, Mark Sanchez’s contract extension in 2012...Show More Summary