After Mark Sanchez visited Dr. James Andrews on Wednesday the QB’s plan is to continue rehabbing his injured right shoulder though season-ending surgery is still an option at this point according to sources. Sanchez will have a “week-to-week evaluation” on his shoulder. If Sanchez opts for the surgery it all but assures that his career in a Jets uniform is over. The Jets announced earlier in the week that Sanchez would be seeking a second opinion on his injured shoulder and the quarterback himself indicated that he would be getting multiple opinions. “We’re getting every opinion possible” Sanchez said earlier this week. “I don’t think you can have too many like this and I think it’s prudent.” Sanchez and rookie Geno Smith were pitted in a competition for the starting quarterback job throughout the summer and the veteran appeared to nose ahead in the race when Smith injured his ankle in the preseason opener against the Lions. That became irrelevant when Sanchez was hurt in the Jets’ third preseason game.
Season-ending surgery an option for Sanchez, rehab for now
New York Daily News | Sep 12