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Sanchez And Holmes Working Out Together In Florida

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Posted 10 April 2012 - 10:59 PM

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The Jets assemble for the first time as a team next Monday, but down in Orlando, Mark Sanchez and Santonio Holmes are taking early steps toward a more successful 2012 season.
At the ESPN Wide World of Sports, where Holmes spends his offseasons with longtime trainer Tom Shaw, the quarterback and the receiver are spending the week training and throwing together along with Jets teammates Dustin Keller and Patrick Turner. Running back Joe McKnight may join the group later in the week.
Holmes extended the invite to Sanchez and his teammates, Shaw said by phone tonight -- a positive step toward rebuilding offensive chemistry after a disappointing 8-8 season marked by locker-room division. Teammates and coaches openly acknowledged a rift between Sanchez and Holmes last season, but the two met earlier this offseason in Florida and are moving forward on a positive note.
"I know for a fact Santonio Holmes and Mark Sanchez are close," Shaw said.
Today's workout was for five hours, on the long side because Sanchez led a throwing session at the end. The Jets don't have their new playbooks from new offensive coordinator Tony Sparano yet, but Shaw said Sanchez was calling out routes and plays from his own notes -- possibly those notes he he took when he met with former Dolphins quarterback Chad Pennington to learn Sparano's system.
"Mark was in charge, everyone was listening to his instructions," Shaw said. "Guys from other teams, too. (Titans running back) Chris Johnson, Larry Taylor, who used to be with the Jets. Once we finished the workout for the day, Sanchez took over. He was in charge of the whole offensive part. He is working hard, and he's doing everything he can to get better."
Shaw has a contingent of players from across the NFL who train with him, and the Jets offensive players will take advantage. Sanchez and his receivers will next throw against defenders including Steelers cornerback Ike Taylor and Cardinals cornerback William Gay, starting with one-on-one drills tomorrow and seven-on-seven work Thursday.
Shaw was impressed with Sanchez on and off the field. After the workout, Sanchez signed autographs for the crowd of about 400, mainly high school athletes from across the country who are spending their spring break training together in Florida.
"He was like a rock star," Shaw said of Sanchez. "He's so young, but he's handling it so well. I know people say he needs to do a better job, and he does, but he's just a young kid. We went to a wing house to eat, and you realize how he's growing, and he's still just a kid.
Shaw added: "I'm pretty impressed with Sanchez, I really am. I think he's someone the Jets are lucky to have."
The week in Orlando is also prime bonding time for the teammates, who will venture to Disney World and Universal Studios -- after they take advantage of time on the football field together.
Keller tweeted this afternoon at a group of players including Sanchez and Holmes, "we got that good work in today!!"

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Posted 11 April 2012 - 01:41 AM

And some of you guys were acting like the sky was falling back in January.
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Posted 11 April 2012 - 02:29 AM

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Posted 11 April 2012 - 03:42 AM

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Posted 11 April 2012 - 09:29 AM

see everyone thinks he is a pretty boy or a baby and doesn't know football and can't lead but its all media BS
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Posted 11 April 2012 - 10:08 AM

View PostJetsfan115, on 11 April 2012 - 10:29 AM, said:

see everyone thinks he is a pretty boy or a baby and doesn't know football and can't lead but its all media BS

If it is all media BS then how can you be sure this isn't also media BS? It's easy to believe the stuff you want to believe and disbelieve the stuff you don't like.

The truth is the only thing that matters is how they do on the field when it counts. I want Sanchez to succeed as much as anyone. Do I think he is our answer? Not yet - not until he shows me he can stand in the pocket, read the defense, get the ball over the d-lines head and complete that throw under pressure. And, do it again and again. Then I will believe. I've been a fan since Namath's rookie year and I have seen it all.

If you told me by mid-season Tebow would be starting I wouldn't be shocked. Would you?
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Posted 11 April 2012 - 10:25 AM

View Postchocomag, on 11 April 2012 - 08:08 AM, said:

If it is all media BS then how can you be sure this isn't also media BS? It's easy to believe the stuff you want to believe and disbelieve the stuff you don't like.

The truth is the only thing that matters is how they do on the field when it counts. I want Sanchez to succeed as much as anyone. Do I think he is our answer? Not yet - not until he shows me he can stand in the pocket, read the defense, get the ball over the d-lines head and complete that throw under pressure. And, do it again and again. Then I will believe. I've been a fan since Namath's rookie year and I have seen it all.

If you told me by mid-season Tebow would be starting I wouldn't be shocked. Would you?


I'd be 100% shocked if tebow ever overtook sanchez for the starting job
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Posted 11 April 2012 - 11:47 AM

View PostJetsfan115, on 11 April 2012 - 10:29 AM, said:

see everyone thinks he is a pretty boy or a baby and doesn't know football and can't lead but its all media BS



wow, he led a workout, dude's got mad leadership skills. :hysterical: Thats like saying little Jimmy is a leader because he walked around town and asked everyone to play a pickup game. Thats organizational skills not leadership.


But good for him with trying to get in rhythem with Holmes early. Lets just see if he can lead the Jets to anything, his window is closing fast.
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Posted 11 April 2012 - 12:10 PM

View PostClemens11, on 11 April 2012 - 09:47 AM, said:

wow, he led a workout, dude's got mad leadership skills. :hysterical: Thats like saying little Jimmy is a leader because he walked around town and asked everyone to play a pickup game. Thats organizational skills not leadership.


But good for him with trying to get in rhythem with Holmes early. Lets just see if he can lead the Jets to anything, his window is closing fast.


up until week 12 of last year the whole team was behind sanchez from day 1, he is a leader. if he wasn't we would have never made the 1st 2 AFC champ games. remember the playoff game in indy 2 seasons ago. when indy got a 2 point lead with less then a minute left and we thought it was over, then we had a chance for a long FG and the coaches were deciding whether to kick or try and get closer and sanchez told them he can get them closer to go for it and braylon said throw it up to him and trust him and the coaches trusted mark and he trusted BE and it worked and we had a chip shot FG and advanced. If he wasn't a leader and the coaches didn't trust him they would have taken the long FG. that was the playoffs everything on the line. I think sanchez missed BE last year
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Posted 12 April 2012 - 08:11 PM

View PostJetsfan115, on 11 April 2012 - 01:10 PM, said:

up until week 12 of last year the whole team was behind sanchez from day 1, he is a leader. if he wasn't we would have never made the 1st 2 AFC champ games. remember the playoff game in indy 2 seasons ago. when indy got a 2 point lead with less then a minute left and we thought it was over, then we had a chance for a long FG and the coaches were deciding whether to kick or try and get closer and sanchez told them he can get them closer to go for it and braylon said throw it up to him and trust him and the coaches trusted mark and he trusted BE and it worked and we had a chip shot FG and advanced. If he wasn't a leader and the coaches didn't trust him they would have taken the long FG. that was the playoffs everything on the line. I think sanchez missed BE last year


Like Sanchez but when you are naming 'specific times he's shown he's a leader'

that's a problem.
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Posted 12 April 2012 - 08:35 PM

If you think Sanchez isn't you're crazy. He organized all those Jets West Camp as a nobody. Give him a break.
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