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Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

After skipping his exit meeting last season over frustration with the Knicks, Kristaps Porzingis expresses confidence in the new management team of Steve Mills and Scott Perry: "I have faith in those people and I believe they want us to grow," Porzingis said. "They want for me to be in a position where I can succeed. I'm excited. A lot of new things are happening. A lot of new people are here. There's going to be a lot of changes. I'm coming in, as I said, with a fresh mind. I'm looking forward to this season."

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Former Jets LB Erin Henderson is suing the team for wrongful termination and disability discrimination, according to NJ Advance Media. He's seeking $3.3 million in compensatory damages, plus punitive damages. Henderson, who battled alcohol problems in the past, was placed on the non-football injury list last October -- unjustly, he claims. He suffers from bipolar disorder and claims the team didn't provide proper care. Henderson became a free agent in February when the Jets declined an option.

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A timeline of OBJ's shenanigans

Odell Beckham Jr.'s curious TD celebration Sunday wasn't the first time the Giants receiver has had an unorthodox moment. A look back at some others.

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Tebow boosts minor league baseball attendance

The National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues said Monday that the presence of former NFL quarterback and Heisman Trophy winner Tim Tebow led to an increase of over 225,000 fans in the Florida State League and South Atlantic League.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Orleans Darkwa's injury is "nothing major," per source. There is a chance he practices this week. Darkwa's role has been growing each week, had key run in fourth quarter Sunday vs Eagles.

Then & Now: Aaron Judge makes MLB history (0:59)
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Judge claims weekly AL honors

Aaron Judge earned the nod for AL Player of the Week, a week that doesn't even include Monday's record-breaking performance. It's Judge's second such honor of the season, with the first coming in June.

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Girardi says Judge in running for MVP (0:37)
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Judge has power to all parts of the field

Of Aaron Judge's 50 homers this season, a whopping 16 of them have gone to the opposite field, including his first on Monday. The righty has also hit 12 to center field, including eight to right-center.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Winning in the NFL is hard, and no one knows that better than Jets QB Josh McCown. Before yesterday, he had lost 27 of 29 games, going back to his two seasons with the Browns. He hopes yesterday can be a confidence builder for the Jets. "With this group, as young as we are, it was important for us to get that first win," he said today. "I was in a situation in Cleveland where it dragged out for some time." He meant last season, when they started 0-14 and finished 1-15.

Judge homers twice to break McGwire's rookie HR record (0:45)

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets injury update: X-rays for RB Matt Forte (toe), LB Josh Martin (ankle) and WR Charone Peake (ankle) came back negative, according to coach Todd Bowles. He provided no prognosis for each player. RG Brian Winters (abdomen), who didn't play yesterday, said he's feeling better, per Bowles. But he wouldn't speculate on his availability this week.

Judge's 50th HR breaks McGwire's record (0:23)

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Several Jets players traced the roots of yesterday's win to halftime of their Week 2 loss to the Raiders. The Jets lost by 25 points after trailing by 11 at halftime in Oakland, but "there was a different type of energy" in the locker room, Leonard Williams said today. "That same passion has been with us since."

1927 Yankees diary

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  • Immerse yourself in the 1927 Yankees

    "The Diary of Myles Thomas" is an experiment in storytelling, a genre we're calling real-time historical fiction. Experience the Roaring Twenties through the eyes of a mediocre pitcher on the greatest baseball team of all time.