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    • Rangers' 'embarrassment' sparked comeback

      The Rangers felt embarrassed by their performance in the first 40 minutes of Monday night's contest against the Wild, with several players speaking up in the locker room prior to the third period. That collective sentiment helped spur the Blueshirts to a furious third-period comeback. More »

    • Ryan's tenure may be nearing an end

      Seven straight losses have made it painfully clear that the Jets are going nowhere this season, and Sunday's blowout defeat against the Bills put the spotlight firmly on Rex Ryan and John Idzik. Ryan's job especially is in jeopardy as the Jets' struggles continue to grow week by week. More »

    • Rangers topple Wild in crazy comeback win

      The Rangers entered the third period down by three goals Monday night, but a furious comeback lifted to the Blueshirts to a 5-4 win over the Wild. Anthony Duclair tied the contest with his first career goal before Mats Zuccarello scored the game-winner with three minutes remaining. More »

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      • Vick to start over Smith against Kansas City

        Michael Vick will start at quarterback when the Jets travel to Kansas City to take on the Chiefs, Rex Ryan announced on Monday. "This is not looking long-term, this is about the immediate," Ryan said of the change. Ryan also revealed that Geno Smith is dealing with a minor shoulder injury. More »

      • Syndergaard seeking better consistency

        Injuries slowed Noah Syndergaard's development in 2014, and the highly regarded prospect is looking for better consistency on the mound next season. Syndergaard is hoping to improve his offspeed pitches and avoid falling prey to the big inning when he returns to Triple-A in 2015. More »

      • Reese admits Giants have plenty of work to do

        Giants GM Jerry Reese acknowledged the team isn't where it wants to be with a 3-4 record heading into Week 9. Still, Reese believes Big Blue can still make the playoffs, telling the media Monday, "It's kind of a nine-game season for us now. We can get back in the race. It's not over." More »

      • Knicks send Outlaw, pick to Sixers

        Travis Outlaw was expected to be left off the Knicks' opening-night roster in favor of Travis Wear. On Monday, the Knicks dealt Outlaw and a 2019 second-round pick to the 76ers in exchange for forward Arnett Moultrie. Moultrie's stay in New York was brief, as he's already been waived. More »

      • Mets release Spring Training schedule

        The Mets will play two exhibition games in Texas against the Rangers to close out their Spring Training slate, the team announced Monday. New York begins Grapefruit League action on March 4, and plays its first home game in Port St. Lucie, Fla. on Friday, March 6. More »

      • Idzik rates own performance as 'unsatisfactory'

        Jets general manager John Idzik claimed responsibility for the team's woeful 1-7 start during his midseason news conference on Monday. "My performance to date has been unsatisfactory," Idzik said. "The buck stops here." Idzik also voiced his support for coach Rex Ryan. More »

      • Beason opts for surgery, out for rest of season

        Giants linebacker Jon Beason will miss the rest of the season after deciding to undergo surgery on a toe injury that has bothered him since the offseason. Beason appeared in just four games this season after signing a three-year deal worth $16.8 million in March. More »

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