Sanchez might be wise to rethink things. If he goes under the knife now, he is certain to avoid the lengthy cross-his-fingers-period.
Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez plans to continue to rehab his injured right shoulder, though season-ending surgery is still on the table, according to multiple reports.
Geno Smith was already focused on his next opponent a few hours after his first NFL victory. No time for the rookie quarterback to celebrate. Not with the Jets getting ready to play the Patriots at New England on Thursday night.
Rather than call it a “slugfest” or a “knockout,” yesterday’s game at MetLife was more of an awkward, pawing, plodding, headbutting affair.
After Mark Sanchez took a hard hit late in the Jets third pre-season game and landed on his right shoulder, initial reports were that he’d sustained a deep contusion, a bruise.
Rex Ryan and the Jets announced that rookie Geno Smith will get his second start when the team plays at New England on Thursday night.
The New York Jets have re-signed quarterback Brady Quinn — as expected — after cutting him Saturday.
Rookie quarterback Geno Smith was making his first career start Sunday against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
According to a report, Jets QB Sanchez has a partially-torn labrum in his injured right shoulder.
Tampa Bay cornerback Darrelle Revis and Jets’ wide receiver Santonio Holmes are active for Sunday’s opening game.
The Jets have released quarterback Brady Quinn. They could opt to re-sign him on Monday.
Week-to-week storylines around the NFL will continue to be unpredictable for experts. Joe Giglio gives his 48 predictions to watch during the 2013 NFL season.
The Jets best wide receiver should be ready to take on Darrelle Revis at MetLife Stadium on Sunday.
“I still don’t know,” Holmes said Wednesday. “Still haven’t gotten any word from the doctors yet on whether I should be playing or not, so I’m just going to keep playing it by ear.”
My expectations for 2013 couldn’t be any lower. But there’s another way for fans to view this season as it unfolds besides absorbing the pain from each defeat.