The New York Jets added veteran quarterback David Garrard to their active roster as a backup and mentor to rookie starter Geno Smith.
Quarterback David Garrard has rejoined the New York Jets, who added the National Football League veteran to their exempt list two days after Mark Sanchez underwent season-ending shoulder surgery.
New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez underwent shoulder surgery that rules him out for the remainder of the National Football League season, the team said.
New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez has decided to have season-ending shoulder surgery, NFL.com reported.
Rookie Geno Smith will start at quarterback over injured veteran Mark Sanchez for the New York Jets in their season opener against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez is expected to play during the National Football League season after he finishes rehabilitation of a shoulder injury, coach Rex Ryan said.
New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez will likely have season-ending surgery on his injured right shoulder, ESPN reported, citing people familiar with the situation that it didn’t identify.
New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez was placed on injured reserve-designated for return, meaning he’ll be sidelined for the next eight weeks, the National Football League team said on its website.
Mark Sanchez said his goal is to be recovered from a right shoulder injury by the opening week of the regular season. Whether he’ll be the New York Jets’ starting quarterback even if healthy is still uncertain.
New York Jets coach Rex Ryan said the National Football League team will wait until after its final preseason game to settle a quarterback controversy that had New Jersey’s governor weighing in today.
"The injury was recovering at an encouraging rate early on and I avoided surgery as long as I could, but ultimately I was counseled by the doctors that they simply would have to repair my shoulder."
- Mark Sanchez on Oct 08, 2013