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    • Wright, Parnell among Mets training with Barwis

      The Mets hired Mike Barwis in October to oversee the team's strength and conditioning program. SNY takes an inside look as David Wright, Bobby Parnell and their teammates have joined Barwis to train this offseason at his new world-class facility in Port St. Luice, Fla. More »

    • Jets to face Bills in Detroit

      Both the Jets and Bills traveled to Detroit to play a rescheduled game Monday night at Ford Field. New York is working to build upon the momentum of their upset over the Steelers on Nov. 9. When the teams last met in October, the Bills topped the Jets, 43-23. More »

    • Mets' pitchers and catchers to report Feb. 19

      Pitchers and catchers will report to Port St. Lucie, Fla. on Feb. 19, 2015, the Mets announced on Monday. Position players will report a few days later on Feb. 24, with Terry Collins' bunch holding their first full-squad workout on Feb. 26. Collins will address the media on Feb. 18. More »

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      • UConn returning to Maui Invitational in 2016

        The UConn men's basketball team will play in the 2016 Maui Invitational. The loaded field also includes Georgetown, North Carolina, Oklahoma State, Oregon, Tennessee and Wisconsin. The Huskies won the tournament in school's last appearance in 2010. More »

      • Rockets will be without Howard against Knicks

        The Knicks are catching the Rockets at just the right time. New York begins a three-game road trip in Houston on Monday, and the Rockets will reportedly be without All-Star center Dwight Howard. It would mark the third game in a row Howard has missed with a strained knee. More »

      • Canadiens made it 'pretty easy' for Lundqvist

        Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist acknowledged that the Canadiens looked like a tired team after Sunday's 5-0 win. Montreal defenseman P.K. Subban gave credit to Lundqvist, but said it was a "pretty easy" shutout. Canadiens coach Michel Therrien was not happy with the effort. More »

      • Aggressive Acy filling void as Knicks' grinder

        Forward Quincy Acy has been a physical presence for the Knicks this season, crashing the boards and showing intensity on both ends of the floor. Acy is providing New York with the energy and enthusiasm that the team has desperately been missing in recent years. More »

      • Shortstop Bogaerts likely staying in Boston

        The Mets are in the market for a shortstop, but it appears Xander Bogaerts won't be available to them. Even with the addition of Hanley Ramirez and Pablo Sandoval, the Red Sox do not appear likely to deal Bogaerts to make room in the infield for the two new arrivals. More »

      • Giants drop their sixth straight contest

        Odell Beckham Jr. may have made the catch of the season, but the Giants were unable to halt their losing streak, falling to the Cowboys, 31-28. Beckham Jr. had 10 receptions for 146 yards and hauled in two touchdowns for Big Blue. Eli Manning threw for 338 yards and three touchdowns. More »

      • GEICO Week in New York: Nov. 24-30

        The Giants went toe-to-toe with the Cowboys on Sunday, but Big Blue's attempt at halting their five-game losing streak fell short. The Jets and Rangers both were scheduled to play in Buffalo this week, only to see their games postponed due to the heavy snow fall in Western New York. More »

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