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|Oct. 8 3:12 PM PT4:12 PM MT5:12 PM CT6:12 PM ET22:12 GMT6:12 AM 北京时间3:12 PM MST5:12 PM EST5:12 PM CT2:12 UAE (+1)18:12 ET21:12 - Sanchez has undergone season-ending surgery on his injured right shoulder, possibly also signaling the end of his New York Jets career.
Analysis: The surgery on the torn labrum was performed by Dr. James Andrews on Tuesday, the team announced on Twitter and its official site. Sanchez, who hasn't played since being injured in the third preseason game, says in a statement that he was advised by Andrews and other doctors to have surgery. Sanchez says he's "disappointed" by not being able to play this season, but expects a full recovery. A hefty contract, however, could make him a salary cap casualty.
|Sep. 13 1:39 PM PT2:39 PM MT3:39 PM CT4:39 PM ET20:39 GMT4:39 AM 北京时间1:39 PM MST3:39 PM EST3:39 PM CT0:39 UAE (+1)16:39 ET19:39 - Sanchez is still focused on coming back this season for the New York Jets. In an interview with NFL Network before the Jets' 13-10 loss to the Patriots Thursday, Sanchez said he was not planning on having surgery anytime soon, but instead wanted to continue to rehabilitate with his sights set on playing again this year.
Analysis: Sanchez visited Dr. James Andrews this week to take another look at his shoulder, a decision that was agreed upon mutually by the team doctors and the quarterback.
|Sep. 8 9:03 AM PT10:03 AM MT11:03 AM CT12:03 PM ET16:03 GMT12:03 AM 北京时间9:03 AM MST11:03 AM EST11:03 AM CT20:03 UAE12:03 ET15:03 - Sanchez was placed on short-term injured reserve Saturday, meaning he will not be able to play for the next eight weeks while he recovers from an injured right shoulder.
Analysis: Sanchez injured his right shoulder after replacing rookie Geno Smith in the fourth quarter of the team's third preseason game against the Giants. He has opted to try to rehabilitate the injury rather than have season-ending surgery.
|Aug. 26 9:34 AM PT10:34 AM MT11:34 AM CT12:34 PM ET16:34 GMT12:34 AM 北京时间9:34 AM MST11:34 AM EST11:34 AM CT20:34 UAE12:34 ET15:34 - Sanchez, dealing with a shoulder injury, is riding a stationary bike at practice Monday but is unlikely to participate in any throwing drills. During the 30-minute window that reporters are allowed to watch, Sanchez was among a group off to the side of the practice field and had his right arm at his side as he pedaled.
Analysis: The Jets announced Sunday that Sanchez is "day-to-day" with an injured shoulder that will sideline him for the team's preseason finale against Philadelphia on Thursday night. Sanchez, who appeared in good shape to beat out rookie Geno Smith for the starting job, was hurt late in the fourth quarter when he took a hard hit in the shoulder from Giants defensive lineman Marvin Austin after he completed a pass.
|Aug. 22 10:46 AM PT11:46 AM MT12:46 PM CT1:46 PM ET17:46 GMT1:46 AM 北京时间10:46 AM MST12:46 PM EST12:46 PM CT21:46 UAE13:46 ET16:46 - Smith will start at quarterback over Mark Sanchez in the New York Jets' preseason game against the Giants on Saturday night. The announcement by coach Rex Ryan on Thursday was expected since the rookie has worked with the first-team offense all week. Smith, in a tightly contested competition with Sanchez, did not play in the Jets' last preseason game last Saturday night against Jacksonville because of a sprained ankle.
Analysis: Ryan says the Jets wanted to see how Smith's ankle responded this week before deciding on a starter against the Giants. Because Sanchez played three quarters against the Jaguars, the Jets want a better look at Smith in game action. Ryan says the team is still not prepared to select a starter for the regular-season opener against Tampa Bay.
|Aug. 6 9:53 AM PT10:53 AM MT11:53 AM CT12:53 PM ET16:53 GMT12:53 AM 北京时间9:53 AM MST11:53 AM EST11:53 AM CT20:53 UAE12:53 ET15:53 - Sanchez says he "earned the right to start" the New York Jets' preseason opener at Detroit on Friday night. The quarterback, in a tightly contested competition with rookie Geno Smith, says Wednesday that he thinks he's putting together a good training camp and never thinks about not playing - even in the preseason.
Analysis: Rex Ryan and Marty Mornhinweg announced Tuesday that Sanchez would get the nod over Smith because he's the incumbent, and Mornhinweg added that Sanchez "earned it." Both Sanchez and Smith have had solid camps, although the rookie's performance has dipped slightly. Smith had "no reaction" when he was told Sanchez would start, adding that "of course" he thinks Sanchez earned the opportunity. He adds, "I fully back Mark," but says that the competition is "still open."
|July 11 5:54 PM PT6:54 PM MT7:54 PM CT8:54 PM ET0:54 GMT8:54 AM 北京时间5:54 PM MST7:54 PM EST7:54 PM CT4:54 UAE (+1)20:54 ET23:54 - A person familiar with the situation tells The Associated Press that New York Jets rookie quarterback Geno Smith will not attend Sanchez's camp for teammates in Southern California this week.
Analysis: Sanchez has organized the informal workouts and team-bonding camps, dubbed "Jets West," each of the last few summers. It's not certain if Sanchez officially invited Smith, the team's second-round pick competing with Sanchez for the starting job, but Smith will not participate in the workouts that started Thursday, the person told the AP.
|June 12 12:40 PM PT1:40 PM MT2:40 PM CT3:40 PM ET19:40 GMT3:40 AM 北京时间12:40 PM MST2:40 PM EST2:40 PM CT23:40 UAE15:40 ET18:40 - Sanchez and Geno Smith are locked in a tight quarterback competition, with neither one pulling away so far.
Analysis: Rex Ryan and the New York Jets might not know who their starting quarterback is until sometime during training camp in August - and the coach is willing to be patient. Quarterbacks coach David Lee says Wednesday that "we'll know when we know" that the Jets have their starter.
|May 2 10:34 AM PT11:34 AM MT12:34 PM CT1:34 PM ET17:34 GMT1:34 AM 北京时间10:34 AM MST12:34 PM EST12:34 PM CT21:34 UAE13:34 ET16:34 - Sanchez said he expects to win the Jets' starting quarterback job for 2013.
Analysis: Though New York cut Tim Tebow on Monday, the Jets still have David Garrard, Greg McElroy, Matt Simms and second-round pick Geno Smith to compete with Sanchez for the job. Sanchez said there's "a little fire" inside him though as his role as starter is in serious doubt for the first time since he was a rookie.
|Apr. 19 4:17 PM PT5:17 PM MT6:17 PM CT7:17 PM ET23:17 GMT7:17 AM 北京时间4:17 PM MST6:17 PM EST6:17 PM CT3:17 UAE (+1)19:17 ET22:17 - Sanchez suggests the media frenzy that accompanied Tim Tebow's presence with the New York Jets was partly fueled by the team itself.
Analysis: Sanchez says the distractions could have been avoided, "but he's a popular guy and people gravitate toward the guy."
|Mar. 19 8:54 PM PT9:54 PM MT10:54 PM CT11:54 PM ET3:54 GMT11:54 AM 北京时间8:54 PM MST10:54 PM EST9:54 PM CT7:54 UAE (+1)23:54 ET2:54 - Rex Ryan says Mark Sanchez will be the New York Jets' starting quarterback for "the first snap" in minicamp, but insists there will be an open competition at the position.
Analysis: The Jets coach says at the NFL meetings Tuesday that the team needs "to get better" at the position." Sanchez struggled mightily last year, and was benched in favor of third-stringer Greg McElroy for a game. New York brought in veteran David Garrard to compete with Sanchez for the job, and anything is possible with Ryan at the helm of this circus.
|Feb. 19 10:44 AM PT11:44 AM MT12:44 PM CT1:44 PM ET18:44 GMT2:44 AM 北京时间11:44 AM MST1:44 PM EST12:44 PM CT22:44 UAE13:44 ET17:44 - The Jets are hamstrung by the contract of Sanchez, who is coming off a miserable season but is guaranteed $8.25 million next season. He would cost the Jets a $17.1 million cap hit if they cut him.
Analysis: Sanchez will almost certainly be back, unless the Jets can trade him. If Sanchez returns, he will likely have to compete for the starting job, and the Jets will be in the market for a quarterback in free agency or the draft.
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