Skip to comments.Jets sign Vick and release Sanchez
Posted on 03/21/2014 4:20:43 PM PDT by Perdogg
The New York Jets signed quarterback Michael Vick and released Mark Sanchez on Friday.
Report: Vick to meet with Jets The SportsXchange Michael Vick visiting the Jets, could shake up their QB situation SB Nation AP sources: Vick, Eagles haven't ruled out return The Associated Press Source: Michael Vick to visit Jets this weekend National Football Post Decision day coming for Jets on Sanchez ProFootball Talk on NBC Sportsa
Vick was a free agent after spending the last five seasons with the Phialdelphia Eagles. He will be reunited with Jets offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg, who helped the quarterback have the best season of his career in Philadelphia in 2010. Vick was plagued by injuries the last three years and lost the starting job last year to Nick Foles.
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Trading a lousy QB for an execrable one.
WHO LET THE DOGS OUT...........ah, never mind.
Signed, Binx, Spade, King, and Sugargirl!
I’m sure Vick will have plenty of “bonding time” with the owner when they are both in the same rehab classes.
Are you thinking of the Colts?
Another team that will fail with Vick. Am glad my Bills get to play them twice.
the jets are willing to play an ex-con but not a man of faith?
and the NFL is ok with this? aren’t they afraid it’ll be too controversial?
"Who Let the Dogs Out"
Don’t let the dogs out.
So happy I’m not a Jets fan... what an awful franchise.
I cannot tolerate Michael Vick
> He will be reunited with Jets offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg, who helped the quarterback have the best season of his career in Philadelphia in 2010.
Well, I’m sure that’ll go just dandy.
At least my Pack has a great QB, Aaron Rodgers.
The Jets released Marc Sanchez, terrible move.
As bad as Sanchez was, at least he wasn’t Vick.
Rodgers is great. I love watching him play, as well as the rest of the team.
I think Sanchez was done. I think he had physical skills, but...he was mentally weak, in my opinion. I thought that was why they did that whole Kabuki dance about “He’s still our number one quarterback” when they had that whole thing going on with Geno Smith. It was clear that once they said that, Sanchez was going to be broken.
I will be surprised if he ever does any better than a veteran backup somewhere. But you never know. Sometimes a change of scenery can do wonders with a guy like that.
He never seemed like a bad guy from what I could tell, but I doubt New York was the right place for him.
Your guys got a good linebacker in Spikes...he just wasn’t fitting in here at New England. I was sorry to see him go, but kind of expected it.
He’s a short, brittle turnover machine. Having said that, if he really is a backup, he’s still capable of having good games and winning a game or three.
Dang. How’d the Raiders miss out on Sanchez? lol
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