New York Teams

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets WR Brandon Marshall said improvement in the red zone starts with him and QB Ryan Fitzpatrick. Marshall noted that he still hasn't scored a TD: "Not a good start to the season if you have me on your fantasy team."

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Jets' WR Decker to have MRI for shoulder injury

Jets wideout Eric Decker is expected to have an MRI this week to determine the severity of a shoulder injury suffered on Sunday. He didn't practice on Wednesday and wasn't spotted at the field.

Pierce sensing another long Sunday for Fitzpatrick (0:19)

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets and former first-round pick Dee Milliner have officially parted ways. In a procedural move, they waived Milliner from their injured-reserve list. In reality, he was gone at the end of the preseason, when he was waived/injured on the final cutdown. So ends the disappointing Milliner era. Ah, but the Jets are still on the hook for his base salary -- $675,000. They already paid him a $1.5M roster bonus this year.

The legend of Tebow grows with first-pitch homer (0:53)
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FPI: Tune in for Giants-Vikings

Minnesota's second game in its new stadium will again be in prime time, this time on Monday Night Football. ESPN's Football Power Index sees a good matchup with the Giants coming to town. FPI game rater

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FPI: Tune in for Seahawks-Jets

These two teams are headed in opposite directions, but ESPN's Football Power Index sees an evenly matched game at MetLife Stadium. Only three Week 4 games have a higher matchup quality. FPI game rater

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets are concerned about WR Eric Decker, who aggravated a shoulder injury in the game. He's expected to have an MRI. Decker didn't tell the training staff about it until yesterday, according to Todd Bowles. Decker didn't practice today and wasn't seen by the media. This is an injury to watch. Sounds like it could be serious.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets coach Todd Bowles on whether he has any reservations about adding TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins, who was arrested last week for DUI: "I don't have any reservations because I haven't met him yet. As I get to know him, obviously with the situations he's been in, he's going to sink or swim on his own. We brought in a player and he's got a chance to clean his act up. We'll see what happens."

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Jeff Hornacek says he has the freedom to tweak the triangle as he sees fit. "We talked a lot about it over the summer. Phil's given us the ability to run it anyway we want, how we set it up. We (have) what we feel is a good working way to run it with different options."

Lineup: Yankees (81-76) vs. Red Sox (92-65)

  • 1. Brett Gardner, LF (L)
  • 2. Jacoby Ellsbury, CF (L)
  • 3. Gary Sanchez, C (R)
  • 4. Brian McCann, DH (L)
  • 5. Starlin Castro, 2B (R)
  • 6. Didi Gregorius, SS (L)
  • 7. Mark Teixeira, 1B (S)
  • 8. Chase Headley, 3B (S)
  • 9. Mason Wiliams, RF (L)
  • SP: Bryan Mitchell, RHP

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Carmelo Anthony appreciated Joakim Noah's intensity after his first workout with the Knicks. "He's going to bring it. If you're not on his team, you're an enemy. I think that mentality, that's going to kind of trickle down to every body else," Anthony said.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Joakim Noah had a measured response when asked about Bulls chairman Jerry Reinsdorf saying he's not a front line player anymore: "It's alright. He's entitled to his opinion." Noah added that felt it was a 'low blow' but he's proud of his time with the Bulls and has 'no regrets" about his CHI tenure.

Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

Since Bartolo Colon only threw 47 pitches on Monday in Miami, Terry Collins told reporters Colon may come back on short rest on Friday in Philadelphia. That would put Colon on the proper rest for next Wednesday's wild-card game if Noah Syndergaard is unavailable. Syndergaard is due to pitch the regular-season finale on Sunday in Philadelphia. Syndergaard would be limited to only 25 pitches if the Mets already have clinched and then pitch the wild-card game. But he'll go far longer if the Mets need that game.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Joakim Noah didn't make any bold proclamations here but says beating LeBron James & the Cavs is "definitely the goal." "That's got to be the mindset. We all know what it is. Right now it goes through him. It goes through that guy. For us to get where we want to get to we've got to beat that guy."


Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

Left-hander John Kilichowski, who was drafted by the St. Louis Cardinals in the 11th round out of Vanderbilt University in June, reacts to surrendering a homer on Tim Tebow's first swing in a formal game since the ex-quarterback's junior year of high school.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie says there is no tear in groin. Has already done light running. Thinks there is chance to play Monday vs. Vikings.

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Giants' playoff odds are slipping

New York has basically been an average team so far, which would be fine if the NFC East was as bad as in 2015. But it's not, leaving Big Blue's playoff odds at 34.6 percent, per Football Outsiders. Playoff odds (Insider)

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets CB Darrelle Revis walked through locker room with tape on right ankle. Hurt it today in practice.

Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

Here's the Mets lineup for Wednesday's 7:10 p.m. ET rubber game at Marlins Park: Jose Reyes - 3B Asdrubal Cabrera - SS Yoenis Cespedes - LF Curtis Granderson - CF Jay Bruce - RF T.J. Rivera - 2B Lucas Duda - 1B Rene Rivera - C Seth Lugo - RHP

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

The Knicks are back in West Point for the third straight year. Carmelo Anthony says his new teammates will understand the importance of the setting in the coming days when they interact with cadets. "They'll get a better appreciation of where we're at and why we come here."

1927 Yankees diary

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