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Jets Notes; Victor Cruz Visits Family Of Newtown, CT Family

>>Jets Shopping Sanchez

(Undated) -- The New York Jets are reportedly ready to cut ties with a pair of former first round quarterbacks. Multiple source state they will try to trade Mark Sanchez after the season is over. Sanchez is guaranteed $8.25-million next season. The USC product had five turnovers in Monday's 14-10 loss to the Tennessee Titans. Greg McElroy has since been named the starting quarterback in New York. The team is also interested in getting rid of second-string quarterback Tim Tebow, who was acquired from Denver after the Broncos acquired Peyton Manning.

>>Eagles' Vick Says He May Be Interested in Joining Jets

(Undated) -- Michael Vick's days in Philadelphia may soon be over and the quarterback has reportedly said he would be interested in replacing New York Jets signal caller Mark Sanchez if he is released by the Eagles. NFL.com, citing sources who have spoken to Vick, reports Vick would consider signing with the Jets if he were paid more than Sanchez, making it clear he is the number-one quarterback. The report says he would not want to sign with the Jets if Sanchez is still the starter. The 32-year-old Vick hasn't played since suffering a concussion on November 11th. Rookie Nick Foles has been starting in his place despite Vick being medically cleared to play. Buffalo, Arizona and Cleveland are other possibilities if Vick is released by the Eagles at seasons end. He's due to make 15.5-million-dollars next year.

>>Victor Cruz Discusses Newtown Visit

(East Rutherford, NJ) -- New York Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz Wednesday spoke about his visit to the family of six-year-old Newtown school killing victim Jack Pinto. Cruz delivered gloves and football shoes that he wore in Sunday's game that carried messages to Pinto, and says he was glad to be there for the family. He and the family spoke about football for a few moments, but the conversation would quickly shift back to Jack and the family of a neighbor who also lost a child. Jack Pinto was buried wearing a replica Cruz jersey earlier this week.

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