Jets West camp is in session starting today, hosted by New York jets quarterback Mark Sanchez. Each offseason Mark Sanchez invites Jets teammates out to Mission Viejo, California to get some extra work in prior to training camp opening. The biggest buzz has been generated by the attendance of backup quarterback Tim Tebow, while more attention should probably be paid to Santonio Holmes and Mark Sanchez getting some time on the field together.
New York Jets starting quarterback Mark Sanchez is hosting Jets West out in Mission Viejo, California this week, playing host to some of his offensive teammates to get some extra work done as they all try to pick up Tony Sparano's offense. Mark Sanchez has quietly worked very hard this offseason, from bulking up to working with Chad Pennington and picking his brain about transitioning from Brian Schottenheimer to Tony Sparano, and finally hosting Jets West prior to the start of training camp on July 26 at SUNY Cortland.
The most drama surrounding the Jets West camp has surrounded Tim Tebow. For some reason there were doubts as to whether Tim Tebow would be invited, another facet of the media-manufactured quarterback controversy that doesn't exist. More importantly, Santonio Holmes will attend, another step at he and Mark Sanchez try to move forward from their issues in 2011.
Jets West will be held at Mission Viejo High School, where Mark Sanchez played his high school football. Other Jets currently practicing at Jets West include: quarterback Greg McElroy, tight ends Dustin Keller and Jeff Cumberland, running backs Shonn Greene and Joe McKnight, wide receivers Jeremy Kerley, Scotty McKnight and Patrick Turner, as well as fullback John Conner.
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