Mark Sanchez has been working on cutting down on turnovers.
Panthers WR Steve Smith told WFNZ Radio in Charlotte that he'd never let Mark Sanchez be his quarterback.
ESPN's James Walker believes Mark Sanchez is now a lock to remain on the Jets' roster through the season.
ESPN's Adam Schefter indicated on NFL Live that the Jets will look to trade Mark Sanchez before Week 1 if Geno Smith shows he's ready to play as a rookie.
The New York Post believes Mark Sanchez will only make the Jets' 53-man roster if "(David) Garrard gets injured and (Geno) Smith can’t figure out an NFL offense."
Santonio Homes backed Mark Sanchez when asked about the Jets quarterback situation Wednesday.
ESPN New York expects the Jets to "follow the Seahawks' model" at quarterback, putting Mark Sanchez, Geno Smith, and David Garrard on a relatively even playing field during the preseason.
Mark Sanchez said there's "no doubt" he expects to win the Jets' starting quarterback job.
Coach Rex Ryan thinks Jets fans will see the best Mark Sanchez "they’ve ever seen" this season.
Citing a league source, Newsday reports the Jets plan to keep Mark Sanchez on the roster into the preseason and will let him compete for their starting quarterback job.
The New York Daily News reports Mark Sanchez hasn't requested to be released or traded.
Coach Rex Ryan said Mark Sanchez will take the first snap at the Jets' OTAs on Monday.
Rookie GM John Idzik was noncommittal Friday when asked whether Mark Sanchez will still be on the Jets' roster by OTAs.
Appearing on ESPN's coverage of the NFL Draft, Adam Schefter reported the Jets will consider releasing Mark Sanchez after selecting West Virginia's Geno Smith with the No. 39 pick.