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Sanchez to start at quarterback for the Rams

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Sanchez to start at quarterback for the Rams





With the Rams impending move to Los Angeles, former NFL quarterback and ex-Ram great, Kurt Warner, has decided to purchase a majority stake in the team. Almost immediately, Warner shook up the organization with several personnel moves, including the signing of quarterback Mark Sanchez. 

To the surprise of analysts and fans alike, rookie quarterback Brandon McCants from Nebraska, who the Rams drafted this offseason, has already been placed on the trade block. McCants started two games this season and showed flashes, but Warner is said to be looking for a veteran to help guide the team through what is expected to be a tumultuous next couple of seasons. 

That veteran? Former New York Jet and Philadelphia Eagle, Mark Sanchez. A Southern California native, Sanchez is a former USC Trojan who has had his fair share of highs and lows. He won a Rose Bowl and led the Jets to the AFC Championship game, but he's also fumbled a ball by running into the butt of his own lineman. This is Sanchez's last shot at a starting gig in the NFL and the pressure has never been higher. Will he crumble under the pressure of the bright lights of Los Angeles or can he find the same kind of success he's enjoyed on the collegiate field? 

Stay tuned...
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