NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports the Jets still haven't told Mark Sanchez "he's gone."
A source tells ESPN New York that Mark Sanchez has a 20-30 percent chance of returning to the Jets in 2014.
Mark Sanchez (shoulder) is "on course" for Week 1, and has resumed throwing.
The New York Post reports Mark Sanchez underwent arthroscopic knee surgery during the season.
ESPN Raiders blogger Paul Gutierrez considers Oakland a possible landing spot for Mark Sanchez this offseason.
An unnamed coach told the New York Post that Mark Sanchez "would be a starter as soon as he walked in the door for us."
Mark Sanchez is expected to be released.
Mark Sanchez (shoulder, injured reserve) claims he wants to remain with the Jets beyond 2013.
Mark Sanchez underwent right (throwing) shoulder surgery on Tuesday.
NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports Mark Sanchez has decided to undergo surgery on his torn right (throwing) labrum, and will be sidelined 4-6 months.
Jets placed Mark Sanchez on injured reserve/designated for return with a right (throwing) shoulder injury.
The New York Daily News reports "multiple doctors" have advised Mark Sanchez that he should not have season-ending shoulder surgery at this time.
Mark Sanchez (shoulder) says he's been "pleasantly surprised" by his progress, and that there's "no doubt" he had won the Jets' quarterback competition before going down.
ESPN's Chris Mortensen reports Mark Sanchez is likely to require surgery on his right (throwing) shoulder after Wednesday's visit to Dr. James Andrews confirmed a labral tear in the joint.