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    • Colon on the mound as Mets open series with Nationals

      Bartolo Colon got the start Tuesday night as the Mets opened their final road series of the season. In his last outing against the Nationals, Colon was ejected for throwing at Washington's Jayson Werth. Colon is opposed by Tanner Roark, and both are pitching well in the early innings. More »

    • Jets release Lankster, sign cornerback Smith

      After playing sparingly over the past two games, cornerback Ellis Lankster was cut for the second time this month Tuesday. Despite the team's issues at cornerback, Lankster was deemed expendable. In a correspondng move, the team signed corner Brandon Smith to the practice squad. More »

    • Wilkerson's knee injury ruled a contusion

      The Jets had a scare towards the end of Monday night's loss to the Bears, as All-Pro defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson left with a knee injury in the fourth quarter. Head coach Rex Ryan said Wilkerson suffered a contusion and expects his star to play Sunday against Detroit. More »

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      • deGrom shut down, won't make final start

        Jacob deGrom will not make his final start of the season, Terry Collins said on Tuesday. The Mets set deGrom's innings limit at 180-185 for the season, and so far he's thrown 178 between Triple-A Las Vegas and New York. deGrom told Collins he wanted to make the start. More »

      • Mets extend Alderson, Collins to return

        The Mets extended the contract of Sandy Alderson through 2017, the team announced Tuesday. The club also made official that Terry Collins will return as manager next season. Collins will be in the final year of his two-year extension in 2015, which includes a team option for 2016. More »

      • Rangers looking to fill Richards' role

        Brad Richards unofficially assumed the duties of team captain after the Rangers dealt Ryan Callahan to the Lightning last March. Now with Richards gone as well, the Blueshirts must fill the leadership void left by his departure. Offseason acquisition Dan Boyle is one candidate. More »

      • Beckham participates in individual drills

        Odell Beckham Jr. might be one step closer to making his much-anticipated debut. The rookie receiver participated in individual drills during Tuesday's practice, running routes and catching passes from Eli Manning. Beckham Jr. has been dealing with hamstring issues since training camp. More »

      • Jackson returns fire in war of words

        Phil Jackson took to Twitter to respond to comments made by Tyson Chandler after the center took offense to being shipped out of New York due to chemistry issues. Jackson cited roster turnover as a way to bring in new behavior and fresh ideas to the Knicks. More »

      • Pierce wanted too much to return to Nets

        Known for their lavish spending in recent years, the Nets showed rare financial restraint over the summer in letting Paul Pierce sign with the Wizards. Brooklyn had interest in bringing Pierce back, but the veteran forward wanted more money than the Nets were willing to give him. More »

      • Mets continue march to finish at .500

        The Mets must win five of their final six games to avoid their sixth straight losing season. A three-game trip to Washington to take on the Nationals looms large, as the Mets have lost 13 of the 16 meetings this year. Finishing at .500 could signal the Mets are one step closer to contention. More »

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