Mark Sanchez systematized “Jets West” five days of unofficial exercises for the New York Jets’ offensive skill-position players at his old high school in Mission Viejo, California.
The whole team is scheduling to assemble in June for a lockout “camp”. Sanchez did not state where and when the workouts would happen, giving no details, the Jets’ quarterback, in a dialogue on the NFL Network.
Jets West, which magnetized concerning a dozen teammates, “was exactly what we needed from an offensive skill standpoint, and now it’s moving on to getting the whole team together. That will be sometime next month.”
Usually, teams would be in the center of their OTA practice schedule, although the shut out is threatening to wipe out the whole off season, forcing players to mix up.
Sanchez obtained talk wildly review for his “Jets West” camp, which incorporated training, classroom work and on-field maneuvers. That the players remained in oceanfront villas, no hesitation, added to the plea.
Sanchez stated self-assurance that his trio of free-agent broad receivers, Braylon Edwards, Santonio Holmes and Brad Smith will be reconciled.
He said, “I honestly do. I think that’s what Mike Tannenbaum does best and he’s the best GM in football. (Jets owner Woody) Johnson, that’s part of his job. And (coach) Rex (Ryan), that’s keeping all of us together. He wants the offense to run smooth, he wants us to pick up where we left off and to do that, we need all of our guys back. I think that would be the best-case scenario.”
The Jets would perhaps in better shape than most teams to endure the lockout, even if they have several key free agents. In Sanchez, they have an entrenched starter who has a two-year foundation in the offensive system. It will be “a staggering task” for rookie quarterbacks to play without the advantage of the off season.
He said, “I feel bad for those guys.”
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