Members of the NYPD were on hand. So were scholars, diplomats and players. The New York Liberty continued their commitment to speak out for social justice with Sunday's Unity Game.
New York Teams
The NFL will not discipline Jets linebacker Darron Lee under the personal conduct policy following its investigation into his altercation with a woman at a New York City music festival in June.
Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer
Jets players Darron Lee and Leonard Williams have been cleared by the NFL with regard to offseason incident at NYC concert. "Following a review, we concluded there was insufficient evidence to support a finding that there was a violation of the personal conduct policy," league spokesman Brian McCarthy said in a statement to ESPN. Lee got into an argument with his girlfriend, according to coach Todd Bowles, and was forcibly removed from the altercation by Williams. The incident was caught on cell phone video and went viral.
Left tackle Ereck Flowers will match up against No. 1 overall pick Myles Garrett. If Flowers can't hang with him, it'll be time to sound the alarm.
Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer
Note: The Giants have a game tonight. Sticking to their normal plan. Nothing special for the solar eclipse.
Asdrubal Cabrera could be the next veteran player to be traded away by the New York Mets.
Matt Forte's Louisiana roots helped him form an instant connection with rookie running back Elijah McGuire and become the NFL mentor he never had.
The Jets are clearly a team in transition, and coach Todd Bowles showed in their second preseason game he's willing to shake things up.
It'll be interesting to see how coach Todd Bowles sets his quarterback rotation for the coming week.
Quarterback Christian Hackenberg fails again to lead the Jets to any points, likely giving the starting job to Josh McCown.
Linebacker Darron Lee bulked up in the offseason, but he doesn't expect the added weight to affect his speed.
If Todd Bowles had a contract beyond 2018, the Jets coach could embrace player development at the price of wins. Right now, though, it's a dicey call.
Jets receiver Quincy Enunwa, who will undergo surgery on his neck next week, is out for the season.
Producing some points is just one thing Christian Hackenberg can aim for Saturday when the young quarterback and the Jets visit Detroit.
Bright days seem to be few and far between for the Jets, and that particularly will be the case next week.
Coming off his worst season, Muhammad Wilkerson has emerged as a vocal leader for the Jets, a promising development for a young team in need of them.
"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.