Mark Sanchez is prepared to pull the trigger on full-team, player-only workouts if the NFL lockout lingers.
"We're working on that," Sanchez told the New York Daily News at a charity event Thursday night. "We want to see what's going to happen with this hearing tomorrow and see what kind of ruling they're thinking about. ... We wanted to be cognizant of that and see where that's going to take us before we plan something and have to cancel a bunch of flights."
The third-year pro held his "Jets West" camp last month at Mission Viejo High School in Southern California for the second consecutive offseason. The camp gave Sanchez and offensive skill players such as running back LaDainian Tomlinson, tight end Dustin Keller and wide receiver Braylon Edwards an opportunity to practice together during the lockout.
"How many guys do we have on our team? Fifty-something?" Sanchez said. "Hopefully 50-something. That's what we're shooting for. You can't bank on every free agent showing up. We understand that. That's the business side of things. We happen to be one of those teams with a couple handfuls of free agents, so we'll figure it out.
"It's important for the continuity purposes ... just to be around them again and get the timing back."
The Associated Press contributed to this report.