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    • Free agent 'Terminator' visits Jets for potential fullback role

      John Conner spent three seasons with the Jets, earning the moniker "Terminator." Although Conner was cut by the Giants in August, the Jets worked him out Monday for a potential position on their roster. Starting fullback Tommy Bohanan broke his collarbone in Sunday's loss. More »

    • Rangers score six in win over Flyers

      Henrik Lundqvist played his first full game of the preseason, and although he allowed three goals on 25 shots, the Rangers gave him some support. Ryan Haggerty and Jesper Fast each had two goals, and Ryan McDonagh, Kevin Hayes and Dan Boyle each added two helpers in a 6-3 Rangers win. More »

    • Abreu, Alfonzo candidates to coach Mets

      The Mets reassigned two hitting coaches, and with that position vacant, they reportedly have a few former players as candidates. Among those under consideration are recently retired outfielder Bobby Abreu and former Mets infielder Edgardo Alfonzo. More »

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      • Manning, Beckham Jr. developing chemistry

        Odell Beckham Jr. has not yet played an NFL game, and as he prepares to make his NFL debut Sunday against the Falcons, he is trying to develop continuity with Giants quarterback Eli Manning. Manning and Beckham were working together in hopes of bringing the rookie up to speed. More »

      • Jets offense holds players-only meeting

        With his team looking for ways to stop a three-game skid, Geno Smith told reporters that the Jets offense held a players-only meeting Monday. Accountability was reportedly a key focus, as was staying positive and figuring out how to improve in the midst of a tough schedule. More »

      • Were Kidd's Nets on verge of mutiny?

        Jason Kidd's unexpected departure might have done the Nets a favor in the long run. Kidd left Brooklyn after he unsuccessfully tried to gain more power within the organization, and veterans Joe Johnson and Andrei Kirilenko have both taken shots at their former coach in recent days. More »

      • Jets release fourth-round pick Saunders

        Jalen Saunders' stay with the Jets didn't last very long, as the team released the rookie Monday. Saunders returned six punts for just 26 total yards this season. The Jets signed receiver T.J. Graham to take his place. Graham has 54 career receptions for 683 yards and three touchdowns. More »

      • Anthony has 'unfinished business' in New York

        After being wooed by several teams in the offseason, Carmelo Anthony signed a five-year, $124-million deal to remain with the Knicks. "I kind of forced my way here to New York, and I have some unfinished business to take care of," Anthony said of his desire to return. More »

      • Mets payroll could increase next season

        Early estimates that the Mets payroll in 2015 would be around $85 million appear to be inaccurate, as one report suggests the number could be closer to $100 million. Mets COO Jeff Wilpon said last week that there's room in the budget to make additions through trades and free agency. More »

      • Beckham limited, participates in practice

        Odell Beckham Jr. practiced on Monday, opening the door for the rookie receiver to finally make his debut later this week when the Giants host the Falcons. Beckham was limited, but did "a little bit more," Tom Coughlin said. The first-round pick said that he expects to fully practice this week. More »

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