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Topic - Marty Mornhinweg
The Sanchez move comes as no surprise. He competed for the starting quarterback job with rookie Geno Smith last season in training camp, but the competition was cut short when Sanchez injured his right shoulder in a preseason game.
Geno Smith has put that agonizingly long wait in the green room at the NFL draft far behind him.
Dallas Cowboys defensive coordinator Rob Ryan, as his last name suggests, is going to blitz the opposing offense.
The Michael Vick that's headed back to Atlanta this weekend isn't the same quarterback that used to thrill fans inside the Georgia Dome.
Mike Mularkey had one chance to be an NFL head coach. He's hoping the Cleveland Browns give him another.
LeSean McCoy was a little surprised to hear he was fifth in the league in total yards.
He praised Ryan's aggressive approach and said the Jets have a great defense, and "they know how to win over there."
"It's just a situation from talking to Rex and talking to Marty that they'll put everybody in the best position to help the Jets win," he said. "That's what really mattered at the end of the day to me, was going to team that was a winning program and has a chance of being a contender."