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    • Parnell hopes to throw off mound around Christmas

      Bobby Parnell joined the Mets in Miami, playing catch with teammates for the first time since undergoing Tommy John surgery in April. "I had my time off," Parnell said while unveiling his plans to spend the winter rehabbing in Port St. Lucie. The closer hopes to throw off a mound around Christmas. More »

    • Milliner with trainers, Allen practicing

      Dee Milliner was in the trainers area at the start of Tuesday's practice, while Antonio Allen was on the field and not wearing a non-contact jersey. It's unclear yet if either will be available for the Jets' season opener on Sunday. The official injury report will be released Wednesday. More »

    • Herrera can hit; defense still needs help

      Dilson Herrera homered and hit a triple Monday, showing signs of the red-hot bat he displayed in Double-A. But Herrera has struggled defensively since getting called up, making three errors in 35 innings. The 20-year-old is still young enough where his glove shouldn't be a concern just yet. More »

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      • SNY reveals new faces for Jets coverage

        Former Jets safety Erik Coleman (2004-07) and linebacker Chad Cascadden (1995-99) have been added as on-air talents to SNY's comprehensive coverage of the Jets. Former special teams coach Mike Westhoff returns in a full-time capacity after a part-time role during the 2013 season. More »

      • Three-run eighth dooms Mets in loss

        Zack Wheeler got the nod in the opener against the Marlins, giving up five runs -- three earned -- and striking out eight. Dilson Herrera had a big game at the dish, hitting his first career homer and collecting three RBIs, but the Marlins scored three runs in the eighth to top the Mets, 9-6. More »

      • W.B. Mason Post Game Extra

        The Marlins took advantage of sloppy Mets' defense, as five of their nine runs were unearned. The Mets allowed three runs in both the fifth and eighth innings, committing four of their six errors in those frames. Gary Cohen and Ron Darling have more in W.B. Mason Post Game Extra. More »

      • Collins not happy with six-error performance

        Mets manager Terry Collins went one step further after being asked if his team's performance Monday was an embarrassment, saying, "It's not a big-league baseball game." Collins was supportive of 20-year-old rookie second baseman Dilson Herrera, however, despite his two errors. More »

      • Jets sign linebacker Edds, cut Lankster

        After leading the Jets in tackles this preseason with 25, linebacker A.J. Edds was one of the team's initial cuts Saturday. The Jets re-signed him Monday night, cutting ties with veteran cornerback Ellis Lankster. Lankster became expendable with the Jets' recent signings at the position. More »

      • Carr to start for Raiders against Jets in Week 1

        Derek Carr's impressive preseason and an injury to veteran Matt Schaub have thrust the rookie into the starting quarterback role for the Raiders. A second-round draft pick, Carr will be the only first-year quarterback in the NFL to start for his team in Week 1. More »

      • Jets sign cornerback Adams, release Enunwa

        Jets general manager John Idzik took from his former team Monday, signing ex-Seahawk Phillip Adams to add depth at cornerback. Sixth-round receiver Quincy Enunwa was released to make room for Adams. The Jets also added receiver Walt Powell and signed LeQuan Lewis to the practice squad. More »

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