Posts Tagged ‘Kellen Clemens’

Ryan: Clemens opens camp as Jets’ starting QB

Jets coach Rex Ryan said Kellen Clemens will begin training camp as the starting quarterback over first-round draft pick Mark Sanchez.

Robiskie fitting in with Browns

Browns coaches have not routinely addressed the status of jailed and suspended wide receiver Donte’ Stallworth to the team or used his absence as incentive to get players to compete for his spot.

Clemens believes Jets’ QB competition is still open

Many believe the Jets’ investment in Mark Sanchez and the fact his deal was done so early make him the front-runner for the starting job. Kellen Clemens is taking the approach it’s still an open compeition.

Jets rookie Sanchez ready for much-needed break

The last five months have been a whirlwind for Mark Sanchez. So, with the Jets holding their last mandatory minicamp this week, it’s understandable that Sanchez is looking forward to some time off before next month’s training camp. But that doesn’t mean he has nothing to do.

Rookie QB Sanchez completes his first Jets practice

Mark Sanchez has been on a whirlwind tour since the Jets traded up to select the former USC quarterback with the No. 5 overall pick in last weekend’s NFL draft. Sanchez finally got down to business Friday as the Jets opened a three-day rookie minicamp.

Jets trade up, draft QB Sanchez

Michael Fabiano discusses the fantasy implications of the NFL Draft.

Clemens the early leader in Jets’ QB competition?

The New York Jets have held just two days of voluntary minicamp practices, but the New York media is already declaring Kellen Clemens as the early leader over Brett Ratliff in the competition to be the starting quarterback.

Who will be under center for the Jets in ’09?

Another first-year head coach, and more quarterback talk at the combine. The Jets’ Rex Ryan fielded several questions on the team’s quarterback situation.

Jets looking over quarterback options

The Jets went from one quarterback question to another, to whether Brett Favre would return to now who will succeed him.

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