After two weeks of declining to discuss his future, quarterback Mark Sanchez said Sunday he wants to remain with the New York Jets.
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New York Jets offensive coordinator Tony Sparano was emphatic in saying Tim Tebow's role with the team won't expand despite problems with pass protection in the preseason opener.
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The Jets have a favor to ask of their fans: Don't boo the quarterback.
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New York Jets coach Rex Ryan has resorted to a motivational ploy that worked last season. Ryan sat Sanchez for a few plays in practice Monday and Tuesday, irritating the third-year quarterback -- precisely the type of reaction Ryan wanted.
Gang Green has been saying a lot lately. They must make good in Buffalo.
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With his production decreasing, is Santonio Holmes unhappy with his role?
The playoffs are within reach for Gang Green, but Rex's troops have work to do.
A year ago, they started 9-2. But the '11 Jets bear little resemblance to that team.