"Obviously, I'm thankful to the Jets and the organization here. ... but this is just the beginning and that comes with a lot of responsibility, just like being the quarterback here. And I'll be working every day on and off the field to justify this contract," said Sanchez of the contract, which was published on NewYorkJets.com.
Sanchez will have to battle out Kellen Clemens for the teams starting job.
So far, after personally viewing two mini-camps during Jets Week at Florham Park, Sanchez has looked over-matched by the Jets 46 Defense. He is having trouble reading the multiple blitzes that have been coming his way. As for Clemens, he has looked extremely sharp in 11 on 11 drills. More later on the Jets mini camps.