Jets linebacker David Harris underwent an MRI on his injured right shoulder Sunday and is expected to be ready for the season opener against the Bengals, sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter.
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Despite rattling off six wins in seven games, the Mets' 5-1 loss to Philadelphia renewed concerns about the team's health for the rest of the season.
Flores proves looks can deceive
Wilmer Flores, 24, has spent a third of his life as a member of the Mets' organization after the team signed him at age 16. Despite his youthful appearance, Flores played like a veteran in helping the Mets win the NL pennant last season. Baby-faced big leaguers
Placing Devin Smith on the PUP list means he isn't eligible to play for the Jets until Week 7.
The Yankees didn't gain much ground in the race for a playoff spot, but the progress of rookies Gary Sanchez and Aaron Judge is more important.
Jose Fernandez has fared much worse on the road this season, but in three starts against the the Mets he is 2-0 with a 1.42 ERA.
Patrick Reed picked up two victories in one day. He won The Barclays to assure himself a clear shot at the $10 million bonus in the FedEx Cup, and he easily secured a spot on his second straight
Needing a result of third place or better at The Barclays to claim one of the eight automatic spots on the Ryder Cup roster, Rickie Fowler will hope for a call from U.S. captain Davis Love III.
Undrafted rookie placekicker Ross Martin ended his tenure with the Jets on a high note by nailing a career-long 55-yard field goal against the Giants.
A.J. Ellis got a big hit in his Philadelphia debut, breaking a seventh-inning tie with a two-run double Sunday that sent the Phillies to a 5-1 victory over the New York Mets.
Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer
The Jets released 11 players and placed WR Devin Smith (knee) on reserve/PUP list. It means he's shelved for at least six games. No surprises among the 11: K Ross Martin, G Jarvis Harrison (5th round pick, 2015), WR Kyle Williams, G Jesse Davis, C Kyle Friend, LB Deion Barnes, DT Shelby Harris, DE Helve Matungulu, RB Lache Seastrunk, RB Terry Williams, TE Jason Vander Laan. The roster stands at 78. They have to make three moves by Tuesday.
Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer
Despite making a 55-yard field goal last night, the Jets' Ross Martin is out of a job. The undrafted rookie was released today by the team, a source confirmed. It means incumbent Nick Folk has withstood another challenge. Martin should attract interest from other teams. He impressed in practice, but had a couple of hiccups in the first two games. (First reported by NJ.com.)
Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer
Steven Matz will actually pitch Thursday, not Wednesday, according to Terry Collins. That makes a ton of sense, since rosters expand Thursday and it will spare a roster move.
Kevin Gausman tamed the torrid Yankees hitters, Mark Trumbo lined his major league-leading 40th home run and Steve Pearce also connected as the Baltimore Orioles averted a bruising sweep, blankin
Jacoby Ellsbury still has the speed
Despite only racking up 18 thefts so far this season, Ellsbury is still one of the fastest guys in the majors in terms of swiping bags. Where does he rank? Baseball Info Solutions provides the answer. Measuring baseball skills (Insider)
Gary Sánchez repite en la Liga Americana
El receptor dominicano de los Yankees se ha convertido en una máquina de batear que tiene deslumbrada a la afición de la Gran Manzana. Leer
Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer
Ben McAdoo says that "everything with the offensive line is correctable." He also pointed out it's more than just O-line. Needs more out of tight ends, Will Tye in particular.
Rookie QB Christian Hackenberg threw a disastrous interception Saturday night in his NFL debut, but he also showed the Jets some encouraging signs.
Manager Terry Collins said before Sunday's game that Yoenis Cespedes and Neil Walker would be out of the lineup, and Asdrubal Cabrera left in the bottom of the first inning with a sore left knee.
Sanchez's HR binge makes for good trivia
Gary Sanchez's 11th home run came in his 81st MLB at-bat, matching the record for fewest ABs to reach 11 home runs. Who did he tie? Why, Shane Spencer, of course. A late-season sensation from the Joe Torre era, Spencer did it between 1998 and '99, per the Elias Sports Bureau.
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