New York Teams

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets owner Woody Johnson on Nick Mangold, the longest-tenured Jet: "For the past 11 years, Nick Mangold has been a cornerstone of our team both on and off the field. As our Pro Bowl center, Nick consistently demonstrated superior skill and unmatched toughness. Equally important, off the field, Nick exhibited respect, sensitivity and compassion for the causes he supported. It has been a privilege to have known Nick these many years and, for all of us, I say Nick will always be a Jet."

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Harper demolishes homer in first spring at-bat in win (0:23)

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

No surprise here: The Jets are in full housecleaning mode. They're dumping salary and trying to get younger. Nick Mangold, 33, had a $9.1 million cap charge in the final year of his contract. The entire amount will be cleared from the cap. Mangold, one of the most accomplished players in team history, was respected from the moment he walked in the door in 2006. But he missed eight games last season due to an ankle injury that didn't heal as quickly as he had hoped. You're up, Wesley Johnson. Good luck.

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Phillies' Franco hits inside-the-park HR in win (0:40)
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Tebow's first baseball season had mixed results (1:58)
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Las jovenes promesas de los Yankees (1:57)
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Judge clubs a solo shot off the scoreboard in win (0:45)
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Yankees echa a 'los viejos' a un costado (1:52)
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A-Rod reiterates retirement (1:11)
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Could A-Rod manage Yankees one day? (0:40)
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What will A-Rod's role be at Yankees camp? (1:46)
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Betances reacciona a declaraciones de Randy Levine (1:24)
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Cashman, Sabathia see A-Rod working well with young players (0:41)

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