New York Jets quarterbacks Mark Sanchez and Tim Tebow recovered on Monday at training camp after a Sunday in which they both went 1-for-7 passing in full team drills.
Sanchez was 6-of-10 and ran 18 snaps while Tebow was 4-of-5 and took 13 full team snaps. Sanchez was 5-of-8 in 7-on-7s while Tebow was 3-of-4. Sanchez thought the offense performed better on Monday. He also had cornerback Antonio Cromartie available to him as a wide receiver but did not throw in his direction. Sanchez said about the "Cro Package", "Cro was on an extra-special top-secret route that nobody knows except me and the rest of the offense." (via NJ.com)
Despite the much discussed comments from the coaching staff about a wildcat package with Tebow, the Jets have run no plays out of a wildcat look so far in training camp. Tebow did have a 25-yard scramble which was cheered by the fans in attendance. He was not cheered by offensive coordinator Tony Sparano for missing on a deep throw to Chaz Schilens, who had a rough day himself. Sparano wanted Tebow to check down on the play.
- Cornerback Darrelle Revis was not limited in practice on Monday after a hamstring tightness limited him on Sunday.
- Linebacker Demario Davis, wide receiver Jordan White and guard Terrence Campbell were all activated from the physically unable to perform (PUP) list on Monday.
- Safety LaRon Landry, who is coming off season ending injuries last year, was in practice and worked with the second team.
- Tackle Jeff Otah is still on the PUP list but says he is ready to pass a physical. If Otah cannot pass a physical by July 31, the trade with the Carolina Panthers is off. Wide receiver Jeremy Kerley joined Otah on the sidelines on Monday.
The Jets will return to practice on Wednesday after taking Tuesday off.