New York Teams

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets avoided the total solar eclipse by practicing indoors. In fact, they didn't even practice; it was just a 90-minute walk-through, ending at 2:30 ET. Afterward, some players went outside to view the eclipse with protective glasses. Todd Bowles said the eclipse had nothing to do with the change in practice plans. He said he wanted a light day to allow the team to recover physically from Saturday night's game.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets QB Christian Hackenberg took the blame for the sack/fumble on the third play on Saturday night's loss to the Lions. "We could've checked to something else, probably maxed it, got some protection," said Hackenberg, who was crushed by the unblocked Cornelius Washington. "It was a good learning experience. I thought they were bringing something and they adjusted, and they did a good job of bringing what I thought they weren't going to bring." Translation: He got outfoxed by the Lions.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets injury report: LB Lorenzo Mauldin's back injury is healing "slowly," per coach Todd Bowles, who said Mauldin may need an epidural shot to relieve pain. Not good news for the third-year linebacker, who could lose his starting job and perhaps his roster spot. LB Darron Lee (illness) and S Rontez Miles (eye laceration) didn't participate in practice, which was just a walk through. RB Matt Forte (hamstring) was present and did light work on the side.

play
Stephen A. and Kellerman worried about Yankees (1:27)

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Note: The Giants have a game tonight. Sticking to their normal plan. Nothing special for the solar eclipse.

play
Bradley Jr. leads Red Sox past Yanks (0:54)
play
Judge strikes out in 37th consecutive game (0:15)
play
Bradley Jr.'s triple gives Red Sox early lead (0:35)
play
Judge's struggle leads to infamous record (0:52)
play
Yankees edge Red Sox (1:02)
play
Judge sets record for consecutive games with a K (0:15)
play
Austin cranks homer off of Sale (0:16)
play
Bradley Jr. shows off hops to make catch (0:31)

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

The Giants statement on Michael Bowie who court records show has been charged with domestic assault and battery in Oklahoma. He won't make trip to Cleveland.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Interesting answer to whether Giants are watching Hard Knocks since they play Bucs this year. Ben McAdoo: "We have a lot of HBO fans in the building ..."

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Giants linebacker Keenan Robinson is back in the concussion protocol. Not good news. He's been dealing with this for weeks. Only returned to practice for a few days.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

The injury rundown from Friday's practice: LB Keenan Robinson and G Adam Gettis left early. Did not practice: LB Mark Herzlich, WRs Dwayne Harris and Darius Powe. CB Eli Apple and LB J.T. Thomas limited.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

In addition to Canaan Severin the Giants also signed WR Ed Eagan and waived WR Kevin Snead. Eagan is 5-10 and attended Northwestern State (LA).

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

The Giants are expected to sign former Steelers wide receiver Canaan Severin, per source. He'll take the roster spot of Keeon Johnson who broke his foot Thursday. They're former Virginia teammates. Severin caught 2 passes for 24 yards last week in the preseason opener against the Giants. He adds depth to a position that is dealing with a bunch of injuries. WRs Dwayne Harris, Darius Powe and Kevin Snead all didn't practice Thursday.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Wide receiver Keeon Johnson had surgery on a broken foot suffered during Thursday's practice, per source. Expectation is he'll land on injured reserve. Johnson was an undrafted rookie with good size and speed having a solid camp. He was a strong practice squad candidate. Giants will likely fill his roster spot with another wide receiver.

1927 Yankees diary

  • Robert Hunt
  • 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.