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Latest Mark Brunell Items
What the Washington Redskins are looking for in their quarterback search, what they desperately need their next QB to be, is something that doesn't really exist: A Sure Thing.
The fallout from the New York Jets failing to make the NFL playoffs is in full swing, with members of coach Rex Ryan's staff leaving, players taking shots at quarterback Mark Sanchez and other players defending him.
Seventeen years. The Redskins have been searching for a quarterback to lead them out of the wilderness for that long. You'd think he was hiding in a mountain cave along the Afghanistan-Pakistan border (where his agent had stashed him to drive up his price).
Mark Sanchez is ready to go for the New York Jets.
Deep breath, Jets fans. It appears Mark Sanchez is going to play.
Quarterback David Garrard was seemingly another bad game away from getting benched, quite possibly for good, in Jacksonville.
New York Jets coach Rex Ryan considered benching quarterback Mark Sanchez in the third quarter of Sunday's 10-6 loss to Miami.
Mark Sanchez thought his streak was over.
Here's a four-letter word everyone's using these days: J-E-T-S.