New York Teams

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

A few things I'll be watching (other than Sam Darnold and the QBs) in the Jets' first OTA practice today: The participation level of players coming off injuries — WR Quincy Enunwa, C Spencer Long, RG Brian Winters, WR Terrelle Pryor, TE Jordan Leggett, S Marcus Maye, LB Lorenzo Mauldin and rookie TE Chris Herndon. I'll be curious to see key newcomers such as RB Isaiah Crowell and CB Trumaine Johnson, along with the rotation on the defensive line. And, of course, the QB rotation. Did I mention that already?

Yankees rough up Colon, Rangers (1:20)
Torres takes Colon deep twice (1:02)
Flores sneaks RBI single into right (0:24)
Judge pummels 12th homer to center (0:22)
Cabrera rips RBI double to right (0:28)

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets have signed fourth-round pick Chris Herndon, a tight end from Miami. Only one draft pick remains unsigned — Sam Darnold.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Eli Apple: "Of course I was embarrassed. Nobody wants to go out the way I went out." He's happy there is a clean slate. He's trying to be a better person, teammate and player after tumultuous second season.

Saquon 'probably annoys' Eli with so many questions (0:32)
Shurmur: Odell 'looks good' coming off ankle surgery (0:21)
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Coach: OBJ 'looks good' in surgery recovery

Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. was at Monday's first organized team activity workout and warmed up with his teammates. He also participated in some individual drills before stepping off to the side with a trainer.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Odell Beckham warming up with teammates at OTAs. He took part in some individual drills afterwards. Beckham still not fully cleared following a broken ankle last year.

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