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Posted 7 Mar 2014Report: Sanchez apartment hunting in NYC
QuoteWhen it comes to New York/New Jersey real estate, Mark Sanchez should be a seller, not a buyer, right? After all, reports of his ouster have been circulating for months. But, wait: The Real Deal, which covers New York real-estate news, reported that Sanchez checked out a $4.2 million loft in Tribeca on Thursday.
The website used an unnamed source, with the listing agent -- a gentlemen from Sotheby's International Realty -- declining to confirm the information. The apartment hit the market only two days ago.
Obvious question: Does this mean Sanchez expects to remain with the New York Jets? We're waiting to hear from the Sanchez camp, but there could be a number of explanations for his house-hunting adventure. Maybe he's looking for investment property. Maybe he's a Robert DeNiro fan and wants to be his neighbor in Tribeca. Who knows?
Sanchez's football future is up in the air. While it's not a foregone conclusion that he will be released, it's certainly a strong possibility. A lot depends on what happens during the first two weeks of free agency. If the Jets sign a veteran quarterback, perhaps Michael Vick or Josh McCown, Sanchez is a goner. If they strike out, they could see Sanchez as their best option. A significant hurdle would remain: Renegotiating his contract, which is due to pay him $11.5 million in 2014. Another issue is the condition of his surgically repaired shoulder.
Basically, the Jets have to make a decision by March 25, when a $2 million roster bonus is due. Yes, another Sanchez-Geno Smith competition would be awkward and potentially messy, but they can't leave themselves vulnerable again at the position, as they did last season.
The Jets have been tight-lipped on Sanchez's future, refusing to say anything.
Posted 5 Mar 2014There is nothing wrong w taking a knee. If you take a knee you've earned that right to do so. 43 yards is to long for a PAT. Why does everyone want to keep tweaking the game, leave it alone except move the kickoff back 5 yards to the 35 where it should be.
For me it would be about making the whole 60 minutes count. More entertainment. Would make the end of games more exciting. After further thought I do not like the tiered FG though.
Posted 3 Mar 2014wow idzik franchising tagging a kicker, that's almost as bad as drafting a kicker in the 2nd round
No to keep piling on but.......
It makes 100% sense to me. He would have made $3million plus in FA. We tagged him for $3.3. Resigning him would not have been cheaper. We also get to ensure he will be here. Not to mention the CBA did not allow us to sign him to anything more than a minimum until after FA started. Seems like a smart move.
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