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In Contract Negotiations, It’s Sanchez 1, Quinn 0

Published by on June 12, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - NFL

Kudos to Mark Sanchez for not attempting to exploit the Jets for the effort they made to go get him at No. 5 in the 2009 NFL Draft. Sanchez and his agent could have easily said, "You must really want me if you traded your first round pick, your second round pick, and three good players to move up to get me. Now pay up."

Sanchez could have made it nasty by holding out for his ransom. Instead, Sanchez signed quickly, and apparently easily, to a win-win four-year deal.

By signing early, Sanchez can remain in camp, learning, developing, and competing for the starting QB job with Kellen Clemons without the distraction of contract negotiations. 

Rookie QBs, especially those that come out a year early, need...

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