Sanchez runs on treadmill for first time since surgery

Jets QB Mark Sanchez ran on the treadmill for the first time since his knee surgery, NFL Network’s Lindsay Soto reported Thursday.

Sanchez is working out with a trainer at USC, where he played in college. He is from Southern California and stays there during part of the offseason.

Sanchez had a procedure on his left knee Feb. 17 to repair the patella ligament. He said two weeks ago that he hoped to be running on the ground sometime around mid-May, so it appears he’s ahead of schedule.

Sanchez hopes to participate in the Jets’ June 14-16 minicamp. He isn’t in danger of missing training camp.

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