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    • Cowboys legend asks Giants to leave Beckham alone

      Hall of Famer Michael Irvin knows a thing or two about playing wide receiver at an elite level. Perhaps the Giants should listen to Irvin then when the former Cowboys receiver asked that New York let Odell Beckham Jr. play with emotion or risk taking "the lion out of the man." More »

    • Islanders roll Rangers for third time this season

      The Islanders outscored the Rangers 9-3 in their first two matchups this season, and Tuesday night's skate at Nassau Coliseum was much of the same. The Isles scored the first four goals on their way to a 4-1 win before a late tally by Carl Hagelin prevented the Rangers from being shut out. More »

    • A-Rod drama likely to last all season for Yanks

      Alex Rodriguez is willing to apologize for his actions against the Yankees over the past year, but the team has been unwilling to budge on their hard-line stance. SNY insider Andy Martino says this situation won't go away anytime soon, as the Yanks seem ready to deal with the distraction. More »

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      • McDonagh frustrated with sloppy loss to Isles

        The Rangers can't solve the Islanders this season, and captain Ryan McDonagh has noticed a few trends in the three losses to their cross-town rivals. McDonagh said the Islanders make the Rangers look slow and that "it starts with the will to compete," noting his team's sloppy early play. More »

      • Plumlee to compete in Slam Dunk contest

        Nets center Mason Plumlee ranks sixth in the league with 79 dunks this season, and he's been chosen to put those skills on display in Feb. 14's Slam Dunk contest. Plumlee will compete against Minnesota's Zach LaVine, Orlando's Victor Oladipo and Milwaukee's Giannis Antetomounkpo. More »

      • Jets add Patullo, two others to coaching staff

        The Jets' coaching overhaul continued Tuesday as the team hired Kevin Patullo as QBs coach, Steve Marshall as OL coach and Marcel Shipp as RBs coach. Patulla coached in Tennessee last season, while Marshall was in Green Bay and Shipp was an intern under Todd Bowles in Arizona. More »

      • Parnell to throw first bullpen in February

        The Mets have a collection of power arms in their bullpen, and among those is Bobby Parnell. Last year's Opening Day closer, who had Tommy John surgery in April, intends to throw a bullpen session in February, and the team hopes he will return to the mound during the first half of 2015. More »

      • Knicks, Galloway agree to deal through 2015-16

        Langston Galloway has provided the Knicks an instant lift since signing his first 10-day contract. That lift has been so substantial that the club signed the guard to a new contract through 2015-16. Galloway has averaged 12.1 points, three assists and 4.1 rebounds in 28 minutes per game. More »

      • Brodeur to retire, join Blues front office

        Martin Brodeur's NHL career is over, according to multiple reports. Hockey's winningest goaltender, who has been on leave from the Blues since Jan. 14, will retire Thursday at a news conference in St. Louis. He will reportedly become the Blues' assistant general manager. More »

      • Shaving payroll becoming Nets' new normal

        The freewheeling, high-spending days of the Nets may be waning, particularly as Mikhail Prokhorov considers selling his stake. With a roster of aging and high-priced veterans that is underperforming in the standings, Brooklyn may be more inclined to shed payroll and rebuild. More »

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