FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) - Geno Smith says he definitely intends on attending Mark Sanchez's private workouts, if invited, with New York Jets teammates in California.
Smith clarified his ``no comment'' responses from Wednesday - that seemed to suggest there could be some tension between the Jets quarterbacks - when asked if he would join Sanchez's camp next month at Mission Viejo High School.
Smith says Thursday he was ``caught off guard'' by the question since the two hadn't discussed the workouts. He says he was ``always taught that if you don't know exactly what you're answering about not to comment on it.''
The second-round draft pick, competing with Sanchez for the starting job, says he hasn't officially been invited but is ``more than willing to go there.'' Sanchez normally invites all offensive skill players.

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