Report: Mark Sanchez Shouted at Jets General Manager John Idzik After Getting Left in Game, Injuring Shoulder

by NESN Staff

October 9, 2013

Mark SanchezAfter Mark Sanchez walloped his shoulder and likely lost his last, desperate chance at being the New York Jets’ starting quarterback during garbage time in a preseason game, many people wondered how Sanchez felt about getting the boot from New York in the most passive-aggressive way possible.

According to some New York Post “witnesses,” Sanchez did not like it at all.

The Post reports that Sanchez flipped out on Jets general manager John Idzik in the trainer’s room after he was hurt in the game. He “shouted” at Idzik and was “furious” that the team left him in the game, especially since he was playing with the backups, who did not offer great protection.

Sanchez has since had season-ending surgery on the shoulder, and although he hasn’t pointed fingers publicly, it appears he does, in fact, feel like any player would in that situation.

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