Rookie quarterback Zach Wilson remained unsigned and wasn't present Tuesday as the Jets opened training camp under new coach Robert Saleh.
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Here's the latest on what could go down with just four days remaining until Friday's 4 p.m. ET deadline.
- Jets open camp minus unsigned top pick Wilson
- Yankees deal 2 prospects for Pirates RHP Holmes
- Judge: Giants focused on 'long term' with Barkley
- Devils add defensive depth, acquire Sharks' Jaros
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QB Zach Wilson remains unsigned as the Jets open training camp today. Tomorrow is the first practice. The amount of Wilson's contract is slotted ($35.15M over four years), but they're believed to be squabbling over offset language. QB Trevor Lawrence has no offsets and QB Justin Fields has no offsets for the bulk of his money; the Jets always do deals with offsets. That's the likely holdup. Wilson is the presumptive starter, so they need to get him into camp ASAP.
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— Kyle Muller threw five scoreless innings to earn his second big league win, helping the Atlanta Braves beat the New York Mets 2-0 on Monday afternoon in the opener of a doubleheader with seven-inning games.
The Yankees on Monday acquired right-handed reliever Clay Holmes from the Pirates for minor league infielders Diego Castillo and Hoy Park.
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The New York Yankees acquired right-hander Clay Holmes from the Pittsburgh Pirates for infielders Hoy Park and Diego Castillo. Holmes, a right-hander, has thrown 42 innings this season and has a 4.93 ERA. He is 28 and is eligible for arbitration for the first time this winter.
The New Jersey Devils, in the market for defensive depth this offseason, acquired Christian Jaros, 25, from the San Jose Sharks on Monday in exchange for forward Nick Merkley, a former first-round selection.
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Held hitless into the eighth inning by Domingo German and looking feeble, Alex Verdugo and the Red Sox suddenly erupted for five runs to shake Fenway Park and storm past the rival Yankees 5-4 on Sunday.
Pete Alonso homered again, pinch-hitter Jeff McNeil broke a tie with a two-run double and the New York Mets beat the Toronto Blue Jays 5-4 on Sunday in a successful debut for new starter Rich Hill.
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