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.
Mark Sanchez (shoulder) visited Dr. James Andrews in Gulf Breeze, Fla. on Wednesday morning.
ESPN's Chris Mortensen reports the Jets fear Mark Sanchez has a partially torn labrum in his right (throwing) shoulder.
Jets declared QB Mark Sanchez, WR Michael Campbell, OL Ben Ijalana, OL Oday Aboushi, LB/DE Quinton Coples, LB Scott Solomon, and LB Danny Lansanah inactive for Week 1 against the Bucs.
Owner Woody Johnson insisted that Mark Sanchez will not be cut this season.
Coach Rex Ryan confirmed Mark Sanchez (shoulder) will not play Week 1.
A source tells the New York Post that Mark Sanchez (shoulder) is expected to miss at least the first two weeks of the regular season.
Sources tell the Daily News that Mark Sanchez (shoulder) will not be available for Sunday's Week 1 game against the Bucs.
NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports the Jets' "internal fear" upon Mark Sanchez's (shoulder) injury was that he'd be lost for more than Week 1.