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Jets 'smitten' with Geno
(5/13/13) The New York Post reports Jets decision-makers are "in love" with rookie quarterback Geno Smith, who impressed during a recent minicamp both on and off the field. He held a players only meeting at the team hotel to work on the playbook, he handled the media with aplomb and threw well during practices. The report believes Smith did so well that he could eventually take over for David Garrard, not Mark Sanchez, when the season gets going.
Smith looks OK on first day
(5/10/13) A full practice report of the Jets' first day of rookie minicamp by ESPN revealed rookie quarterback Geno Smith went 11 of 15 passing in 7-on-7 drills with a drop before going 6 of 10 in team drills. The report noticed he threw fast balls into tight spaces but also was a little slow to throw a few times. According to the New York Post, Smith gave himself an "F" for his first day. "I've been studying my butt off, learning formations, learning protections," Smith said. "I had 'install one' two days ago and had to learn every single play and be able to go into the huddle and tell it to my teammates and go out there and execute it. I think I did a good job overall today. There were some bumps in the road. Those are things I think I can clean up."
Smith moving on from past woes
(5/8/13) New Jets rookie quarterback Geno Smith is doing damage control after a rocky start to his NFL career. First, he slipped to the second round of the NFL Draft. Then he promptly parted ways with his agents. In an interview with USA Today, Smith addressed recent anonymous criticisms about his game. "I don't worry about what people say -- my skin is pretty thick," Smith said. "I've never been in trouble." The quarterback also denied a Yahoo.com report that he was more interested in texting and tweeting than meeting with at least one NFL team prior to the draft. "That's not true," he said. "I got strong remarks from all the teams I visited with. ... I couldn't care less what's coming out in the media because I know what's true." Smith also said that his draft-day free fall from a sure-fire first-round pick to ultimately going to the Jets with the 39th selection wasn't why he fired his agents.
Smith 'tuned out' coaches before draft
(5/2/13) In the wake of firing his agents after falling to the second round on Draft Day, Yahoo Sports reports quarterback Geno Smith's tumble was in part because of how he handled his business with coaches in visits before the draft. Apparently there are some leadership and mental issues that concerned teams who looked into Smith. During visits, Smith would play on his cell phone rather than talk with coaches and executives. Multiple sources told Yahoo Sports fellow quarterback E.J. Manuel was much more receptive. "His biggest problem is that he doesn't know what he doesn't know," a league executive familiar with Smith said. "I'm not sure he knows how to take instruction because he pretty much wouldn't listen or talk to our coaches … he's talented. He can sling it, he can fit it into tight spots, he can do a lot of things and I think he wants to be good. But you can't tell him anything right now. He's tuned out because he thinks he's got it all down."
GM has 'good feeling' about Sanchez
(1/28/13) New Jets general manager John Idzik was upbeat about Mark Sanchez's future with the team. While stopping short of naming him the starting quarterback, or talking about his place in the quarterback pecking order, Idzik has noted the competitive side to Sanchez even though he'll have company on the depth chart. "I think he's chomping at the bit," Idzik said on WFAN-AM in New York. "And he wants to get going with his new coordinator. He’s all about competing. I got a really good feeling from Mark. ... I'm comfortable with Mark being a Jet. I told him as well, we're going to add competition. … It’s going to help make Mark and everybody else better."
 
 
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