One day wide receiver Braylon Edwards is telling quarterback Mark Sanchez he can’t criticize his receivers. Now, the Jets have said they will start to fine the San-chize during practice when they don’t like his body language.
Jets offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer made an important announcement today: Starting last week, the team began fining its franchise quarterback. For his body language.
Apparently, Mark Sanchez wanted to implement the system. Veteran back-up Mark Brunell collects the money. Sanchez incurs fines in practice, including today.
“Today, there was a play in practice when he screwed something up,” Schottenheimer said. “He kind of looked like it was someone else’s fault. That’s a fine.”
“It’s fun stuff,” he added. "He’s a passionate guy that loves to play. We just stay on him about that