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Topic - Mark Sanchez
Mark Sanchez plans on staying put after this season.
Mark Sanchez's season is over. It might be the end of his time with the New York Jets, too.
The Bucs (0-4) released the 25-year-old QB after contacting every NFL team in an unsuccessful attempt to trade him. The club must pay him the remaining $6.25 million of his salary for this season.
Quarterback Josh Freeman was released by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Thursday, a week after being benched in favor of rookie Mike Glennon.
Mark Sanchez has his sights set on returning to the field this season _ as the New York Jets' starting quarterback.
Rookie Geno Smith will get his second start for the New York Jets, as expected, when the team plays at New England on Thursday night.
Jets owner Woody Johnson won't try to temper expectations for his team this season.
Geno Smith is the new face of the franchise for the New York Jets.
Brady Quinn is the newest member of the New York Jets' quarterback carousel.
A Heisman Trophy, a riveting playoff game, an international following.
Even with the start of the NFL season nearly two weeks away, you don't need a Las Vegas bookmaker to pick a favorite for the first coach likely to be fired.
Mark Sanchez had an X-ray on his injured right shoulder and is expected to have an MRI exam on Sunday to determine if there's any damage.
Mark Sanchez's banged-up right shoulder will keep him out of the New York Jets' preseason finale.
The quarterback, competing with rookie Geno Smith for the starting job, left the team's preseason 24-21 overtime victory against the Giants late in the fourth quarter when he took a hard hit after throwing a pass.
New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez left the team's preseason game against the Giants late in the fourth quarter with what appeared to be a shoulder injury.
"This could be a blessing in disguise," he said. "A lot of people have told me that. It's hard to see that while you're going through it, but it does give you a different perspective."
"That's all I'm thinking about, coming back next year, leading this team and playing well," he said.