Originally Posted by Tinstar
For Mark Sanchez and it's a huge market that includes many teams. If you listen to the comments of Mike Tannenbaum on the NFL AM show you can't deny that fact.
Fans make assumptions base on emotions, but NFL GMs amek decisions base on information and potential. When work ethic and character is equal to or comes close to potential and you have prior accomplishments to present, you now have a strength from which to work.
The NY Jets may have soured on Mark Sanchez, but somewhere in the NFL, there's a GM or owner who remembers this kid being the QB of a team that defeated the Patriots and the Colts on the road to advance to the AFC Championship game. These same people will consider the talent that was not afforded this player and come to the conclusion that they can win with this player.
The opportunity for a trade will come down to 3 factors.
1 - Have the Jets given up on Mark Sanchez.
2 - Will the Jets accept what will be offered for a player they spent a top 5 1st round draft pick on.
3 - Will Mark Sanchez be willing to reshape his contract so the team willing to make this trade will take the Chance on him.
There's a trade market for Mark Sanchez, but the Jets will have to decide if that avenue is in his best interest.
And this is why no trade market exists. The Bollinger example is dumb. Bollinger didn't have a big contract. Mark is guaranteed a lot of money this year making him untradeable for now.