1. In 2009, Mark Sanchez appeared on the sports talk show Rome Is Burning as himself.
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2. Mark Sanchez signed with Washington in November 2018 after Alex Smith's season-ending leg injury.
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4. Mark Sanchez became the starter after Colt McCoy fractured his fibula in the game.
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9. Mark Sanchez hired his older brother and business litigator, Nick Sanchez, to be his agent alongside David Dunn, who represented Carson Palmer.
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10. At the outset of the 2006 season, Mark Sanchez competed for the starting quarterback position; once Booty, a junior, suffered severe back spasms caused by a pre-existing back condition, surgery was required and Sanchez was promoted to run the first-team offense during the spring as Booty recovered.
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11. Mark Sanchez initially lived in Whittier and Pico Rivera; when he was six, his father moved with the children to Rancho Santa Margarita, a predominantly white city in Orange County.
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22. On the stage at Radio City Music Hall, Mark Sanchez said, "I've become a huge fan of musicals since I've come to New York, and I've taken some heat from guys on the team, believe me.
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24. Mark Sanchez became only the second rookie quarterback to win two consecutive playoff games, after Joe Flacco.
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25. Mark Sanchez became only the fourth rookie quarterback in NFL history to win his first post-season start, and the second to do so on the road.
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29. In the opener at Virginia, Mark Sanchez threw for a career-best 338 yards, making 26 of 35 pass attempts for three touchdowns and one interception.
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30. Mark Sanchez is only the fourth rookie quarterback in NFL history to win his first playoff game and the second to win two playoffs games in his rookie season.
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33. Mark Sanchez could have played another year of college, but determined to enter the 2009 NFL Draft.
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43. Mark Sanchez was the backup quarterback to Sam Bradford in 2015, filling in for him for two and a half games while Bradford recovered from a shoulder injury.
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44. Mark Sanchez signed with the Chicago Bears in 2017, but did not play in any games for the franchise.
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45. Mark Sanchez is back in the NFC East for a third time.
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49. Mark Sanchez will work out for Washington's backup QB job, but it's still crickets for Colin Kaepernick.
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50. Mark Sanchez was plucked from the NFL breadline after the Redskins worked out a bevy of signal.
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54. Mark Sanchez has found his landing spot back in the NFL.
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58. Mark Sanchez knows offensive coordinator Matt Cavanaugh from their time together with the New York Jets, where now-quarterbacks coach Kevin O'Connell was his backup.
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60. Mark Sanchez started as a rookie for the New York Jets after he was drafted No 5 overall in 2009.
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61. Mark Sanchez served as the Cowboys backup quarterback behind Dak Prescott in 2016.
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63. Mark Sanchez is back: Redskins reportedly to sign QB after gruesome injury to Alex Smith.
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64. Mark Sanchez does have several ties to Washington from his five years with the New York Jets.
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70. Mark Sanchez has been involved in multiple charities including the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation to help raise awareness for Type 1 diabetes and Sam's Club's Giving Made Simple which, helps raise awareness about childhood obesity and how families can prevent it.
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75. On March 23, 2017, Mark Sanchez signed a one-year contract with the Chicago Bears.
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77. On March 11, 2016, Mark Sanchez was traded to the Denver Broncos for a 2017 conditional draft pick.
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78. Mark Sanchez continued to play well for the majority of the 1st half, and threw a second touchdown pass to Darren Sproles, but the Buccaneers offense had already scored 21 points.
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79. Mark Sanchez was announced as the starter for the Eagles Week 11 game against the Buccaneers after it was revealed that Bradford suffered a separated shoulder and a concussion.
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80. Mark Sanchez signed with the Philadelphia Eagles on March 29, 2014, for a 1-year, $2.25 million contract.
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83. Mark Sanchez started the Jets' final game against the Buffalo Bills after McElroy revealed he had been experiencing concussion symptoms in the days preceding.
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84. Mark Sanchez returned to complete 12 his 19 passes for 111 yards against the Jacksonville Jaguars, fumbling once that led to a Jaguar field goal.
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85. Prior to being benched by Rex Ryan, Mark Sanchez threw three interceptions.
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86. Mark Sanchez started the next week, but was benched in the third quarter of the Jets' contest against the Arizona Cardinals on December 2, 2012 in favor of third string back-up Greg McElroy.
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89. Mark Sanchez recorded his first career 300-yard passing game in a win over the Detroit Lions on November 7, 2010.
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90. Mark Sanchez became only the second rookie quarterback to win two consecutive playoff games, behind Joe Flacco.
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91. Mark Sanchez became the fourth rookie quarterback in NFL history to win his first postseason contest, and the second to do so on the road.
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96. Mark Sanchez became the first USC quarterback to leave school early for the NFL since Todd Marinovich did so after the 1990 season.
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97. On January 15, Mark Sanchez announced his plans to forgo his final year of college eligibility and enter the 2009 NFL Draft, although he continued as a USC student and completed work on his degree in the spring of 2009 while preparing for the draft.
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99. In the opener at Virginia, Mark Sanchez threw for a career-best 338 yards, completing 26 of his 35 passes for three touchdowns and one interception.
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101. Prior to his junior year of high school, Mark Sanchez transferred to Mission Viejo, where Johnson, who was recognized as a "quarterback guru", having trained professionals like Carson Palmer, was head coach.
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