New York Teams

Mike Mazzeo ESPN Staff Writer 

Nets' Bojan Bogdanovic, who didn't start during the preseason, will start for Brooklyn at SG in Boston tonight. Randy Foye is out with a hamstring injury. The other starters are Jeremy Lin, Rondae Hollis-Jefferson, Trevor Booker and Brook Lopez.


Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

Watch as Bronx native T.J. Rivera returns to his alma mater, Lehman High School, on Wednesday. Lehman principal John Powers also reacts to Rivera's visit.

NFL 60-second preview for Week 8 (1:06)

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Knicks legends John Starks, Bernard King and Larry Johnson, along with MSG Network's Rebecca Haarlow, hosted 8 children at the top of the Empire State Building earlier today via the Garden of Dreams Foundation.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets' injury report is lengthy. Coach Todd Bowles said the number of names is "alarming," but he's hoping a few players return to practice as the week progresses. WR Brandon Marshall didn't sound concerned about his injury. It doesn't look promising for C Nick Mangold. RB Bilal Powell has turf toe.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets QB Ryan Fitzpatrick addresses his post-game comments. He stands by them, but he expands on his message.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets C Nick Mangold (ankle) walking gingerly through the locker room. He didn't practice today. I'm no doctor, but I'd say it doesn't look good for Sunday.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets WR Brandon Marshall dresses for the occasion, with QB Ryan Fitzpatrick back in the starter's role.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets QB Ryan Fitzpatrick said he doesn't regret his post-game comments about team brass not believing in him. He said the message he wanted to convey is that he believes in himself even when others don't. He said he spoke to owner Woody Johnson and GM Mike Maccagnan today at practice. All is well, he said.

Can the NFL be trusted to handle domestic violence cases? (5:45)

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets had 12 players who didn't practice. New injuries: Brandon Marshall (foot) and Bilal Powell (turf toe).

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FPI: Hit snooze button on Browns-Jets

FPI says this weekend is the winless Browns' best chance at victory. It's also FPI's worst-rated game of the 2016 season so far. FPI game rater

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Giants have work to do in wild-card race

FPI has Arizona slightly ahead of New York, while Football Outsiders has the opposite. Either way, both Green Bay and Philly have significant advantages in the wild-card race at the moment. Playoff odds (Insider)

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Win doesn't do much for Jets' hopes

By FPI's and Football Outsiders' measure, New York still trails all but Cleveland in the AFC playoff race. The Jets' odds for the top pick in April's draft fell a bit, ranking third in FO's model at 8 percent. Playoff odds (Insider)

Questions abound regarding NFL and domestic violence (5:17)

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Early look-in at Jets practice: This is a banged-up team. The biggest concern is C Nick Mangold (ankle), who wasn't spotted at practice -- never an encouraging sign. Others that won't practice: DE Mo Wilkerson (ankle), LB Darron Lee (ankle), TE Kellen Davis (undisclosed), RB Bilal Powell (undisclosed) and CB Buster Skrine (undisclosed). DE Sheldon Richardson wasn't spotted, but he may be excused for a personal reason. His uncle was killed last week.

Is Ryan Fitzpatrick startable this week? (1:52)
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Could Dwayne Harris be traded?

Battling injuries, the veteran wideout is used almost exclusively on special teams, and Bobby Rainey is emerging as a solid return specialist for the Giants. Harris is expendable, but it'll come with a price. Potential trade targets

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Bills could deliver rare sweep of Pats

Since 2002, the Patriots haven't been swept by another AFC East team a single time, while each of its rivals has been swept at least 12 times. After Buffalo won the Week 4 meeting, New England's streak is on the line.

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Anthony, Rose go cold in second half

Carmelo Anthony and Derrick Rose struggled to get the Knicks' offense going after halftime. The duo combined for only 11 points and one assist in the third and fourth quarter.

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