Mark Sanchez Injury UpdateUp to the minute news and rumors on Mark Sanchez's injury
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Three months later, the ill-fated decision to play Mark Sanchez in the fourth quarter of the third preseason game still hovers over the New York Jets. Rex Ryan can't get away from it. "It's easy when you look back on things," said Ryan, who was asked about it after Sunday's 23-3 loss to the Miami Dolphins. "Injuries are part of the game. Anytime a player gets hurt, you regret that. There's no question about it. If I focus on what's behind us, it's not going to help us right now.
[si-nfl-player id="6c4459c19ecd4a6bb7ec76753806c3aa"] The Patriots-Jets finale to the NFL’s 2012 Thanksgiving Day gave us the infamous “butt fumble” by Mark Sanchez. This season’s third and final holiday contest, between Pittsburgh and Baltimore, provided another extremely bizarre moment. After the Steelers put their first touchdown of the game up in the third quarter, Baltimore’s Jacoby Jones broke […]
Injured New York Jets QB Mark Sanchez talks to SNY's Jeane Coakley about his shoulder rehab, the Jets' starting quarterback position, and his advice for rookie QB Geno Smith.
Tuesday marked eight weeks since Sanchez underwent surgery on his right (throwing) shoulder
Though most people think otherwise, Mark Sanchez expects to be a New York Jet in 2014. The fifth-year quarterback is currently on injured reserve and will miss the season following labrum surgery eight weeks ago.
Mark Sanchez still wants and expects to be a Jet next season, despite the fact his high salary-cap figure likely will make it very difficult for the team to keep him at his current contract. “It’s been a dream come true to play here and I don’t want to go anywhere else,” Sanchez said today. “I know I have two years left [on my contract], and I don’t ever want that to end. I love being a Jet, and I plan on being here.” Sanchez made his first public comments since undergoing surgery on the torn labrum in his right (throwing) shoulder on Oct. 8. He was volunteering at the soup...
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- The Jets have been very careful not to give Geno Smith any security beyond the current week, declining to name their second-round pick their starting quarterback even after Mark Sanchez had a season-ending shoulder injury. But if Smith had sat in on offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg's press conference on Thursday, he might have heard something to give him some peace of mind despite his three interceptions in the loss to the Bills.
Mark Sanchez is out for the year after shoulder surgery last week, and is certain to be let go by the Jets in the offseason. Considering Matt Flynn — he...
Mark Sanchez's shoulder surgery obviously went well. Really well. So well, he's in good enough spirits to join the viral video craze and make a Starbucks Drake Hands parody. With a green Hulk hand.
It's Week 6 already. The season is flying by -- unless you're the New York Giants: 1. Sanchez's next home: I think Mark Sanchez would've considered postponing shoulder surgery until after the season if his future with the New York Jets was rock solid, but he couldn't get that commitment from them. He knows he'll be looking for a new team in the offseason and his shoulder needs to be healed by then. If they can't trade him, the Jets will release him before a $2 million roster bonus is due in March.
Bart Scott says Geno Smith has more natural ability than Mark Sanchez on CBS Sports Network's THAT OTHER PREGAME SHOW.
Mark Sanchez, who underwent shoulder surgery Tuesday, has said all the right things about the unfortunate injury that wiped out his season. But the Jets quarterback’s emotions came out in a behind-the-scenes fit in the immediate aftermath of being hurt in the fourth quarter of a preseason game against the Giants. Sanchez shouted at general manager John Idzik in the trainer’s room after the game, according to witnesses. Sanchez was furious the team put him in the game when it did — in the waning minutes of a meaningless contest behind a second-string offensive line. There has been...
The last sentence in John Idzik’s statement on Mark Sanchez’s shoulder surgery is a real hoot: “He will have our full support for a complete recovery.” It took chutzpah to include that line in his canned quote. Where was the support on Aug. 24, when Rex Ryan -- no doubt following the orders of his new boss -- decided to insert Sanchez into a preseason game behind a bunch of scrubs on the offensive line? I’ve seen a lot of crap in 25 years of covering the New York Jets, but this Sanchez story -– from the injury to the cover-up -- might be one of the franchise’s most...
Mark Sanchez had shoulder surgery on Tuesday, effectively ending his career as a Jets quarterback. He will be remembered mainly for the buttfumble last Thanksgiving night against the Patriots at...
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- Rex Ryan was non-committal Wednesday on the future of injured quarterback Mark Sanchez, who has three years remaining on his contract. "I don't want to get into that," Ryan said of his former starter, who underwent season-ending shoulder surgery Tuesday. "I think he's going to come back 100 percent. That seems to be how the doctors feel. I know for a fact this organization will do everything in its power to see that's a possibility for him.
Pace joined the Jets in 2008, a year before Sanchez was drafted by them
Mark Sanchez will not play this year for the Jets. See what he had to say about the injury.
Surgery on quarterback's shoulder could draw Jets career to conclusion
The disappointing Jets career of quarterback Mark Sanchez is over. The turnover-prone Sanchez underwent surgery on his right shoulder to repair a torn labrum Tuesday after putting it off for seven weeks. The surgery ends Sanchez’s season and almost certainly his time with the Jets. The team was expected to release him after this season even before the injury. “After over seven weeks of hard work and intense rehab, I’ve been advised by Dr. [James] Andrews and other doctors that my shoulder injury clearly needs to be addressed surgically,” Sanchez said in a statement. “The injury was...
Mark Sanchez underwent surgery on his throwing shoulder Tuesday, the Jets announced via their official team website.
Mark Sanchez’s 2013 season is officially over. The fifth-year quarterback underwent season-ending shoulder surgery by Dr. James Andrews Tuesday after Sanchez hurt his right shoulder in the Jets’ third preseason game against the Giants. Sanchez was in attendance at the Jets game in Atlanta on ...
Mark Sanchez’s 2013 season is officially over. The fifth-year quarterback underwent season-ending shoulder surgery by Dr. James Andrews Tuesday after Sanchez hurt his right shoulder in the Jets’ third preseason game against the Giants. Sanchez was in attendance at the Jets game in Atlanta Monday night.
Jets QB Geno Smith discusses his relationship with Mark Sanchez and how Sanchez has helped him prepare and remain focused.
Geno Smith talks about his time with the Jets and how Mark Sanchez has helped him.
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- It might not put an end to speculation about when or if Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez will undergo surgery on his injured throwing shoulder, but Jets coach Rex Ryan Wednesday said in a radio interview that no surgery currently is scheduled.
For Mark Sanchez, it's time for the Hail Mary. Even though season-ending surgery appears likely, the New York Jets' former starting quarterback still hasn't made a final decision and will continue his rehab program for another couple of weeks with the hope of avoiding surgery to repair a torn labrum in his right shoulder, sources said Monday night. Sanchez was examined Monday by Dr. James Andrews in Gulf Breeze, Fla., where he underwent a battery of tests, sources said.
Could this be the last time we’ll see Mark Sanchez in a Jets jersey? (Julio Cortez/AP) Because Mark Sanchez’s relationship with the Jets simply cannot exist without a little chaos, Sanchez apparently has opted for surgery to repair a torn labrum in his throwing shoulder. That decision comes less than a month after Sanchez opted […]
Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez traveled to Gulf Breeze, Fla. on Monday to have his injured right shoulder reexamined by Dr. James Andrews, according to two sources. Sanchez will continue to rehab the shoulder, which has a slight labrum tear, instead of having surgery at this time, the sources said. Surgery remains a possibility, but Sanchez wants to exhaust the rehabilitation process before going that route. The fifth-year quarterback is currently on IR with a designation to return. He is eligible to play in Week 11 against Buffalo. He injured the shoulder on Aug. 24 in the fourth quarter of a...
Procedure will keep quarterback out for entire 2013 season
The last time Rex Ryan's Jets broke in a rookie quarterback, the organizational mantra was Ground and Pound.'' Against all odds, that approach took Mark Sanchez and the Jets to two straight AFC Championship Games.
Mike Francesa is joined by Jay Glazer to discuss the Redskins, Robert Griffin III, the Eagles' new offense, and Mark Sanchez' injury.
On Thursday's FFD, Jay provides the real scoop on Mark Sanchez, Mike Garafolo brings us inside the Giants locker room, Peter Schrager gets pumped at Foxboro, and Peter Carroll joins the show.
The news isn't good for Mark Sanchez after a visit to Dr. James Andrews reveals that he has a labrum tear in his right shoulder.