With the No. 2 pick in April's draft, the Jets are faced with the decision of what to do with their franchise QB who regressed in Year 3.
New York teams
- A man of letters: Berra to be featured on stamp
- Kyrie to remain out Sat. due to league protocols
- Lindor, Mets reach $22.3M deal, avoid arbitration
- Harden: No disrespect to Rockets on way out
This superteam carries immediate intrigue. Here are the early trends to monitor.
The two-time Super Bowl winner is finding his voice on social media as he starts to figure out the next steps of his post-playing life.
— Andre Drummond tied his career high with 33 points and grabbed 23 rebounds, and Cedi Osman scored 25 points in leading the Cleveland Cavaliers to a 106-103 win over the New York Knicks on Friday night.
If the longtime ace bounces back from two injury-plagued seasons, New York might have just reeled in one of the biggest fish of this offseason.
New York Yankees legend Yogi Berra will be featured on a new stamp this year, the U.S. Postal Service announced Friday.
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Right-hander Corey Kluber and the New York Yankees are finalizing a deal that will bring the two-time AL Cy Young winner to the Bronx, pending a physical, sources familiar with the agreement tell ESPN.
Brooklyn Nets star Kyrie Irving, who has missed the past five games due to personal reasons, will remain out Saturday against the Magic due to the league's health and safety protocols.
Mike and Chiney react to the new head coaching hire by the Jets. Will Robert Saleh turn things around in East Rutherford? Plus, how will James Harden fit in to the fold in Brooklyn? Should the Jaguars have gone with Urban Meyer? Ariel Helwani talks UFC, but mostly about his Buffalo Bills.
The Mets reached one-year deals with shortstop Francisco Lindor, first baseman-outfielder Dominic Smith, outfielders Michael Conforto and Brandon Nimmo and pitchers Edwin Díaz, Seth Lugo, Miguel Castro and Robert Gsellman to avoid salary arbitration.
The NFL Live crew previews and makes game picks for the upcoming weekends Divisional Round. Could Tom Brady and the Bucs make it past Drew Brees and the Saints? Who will win the battle between Jalen Ramsey and Devante Adams? And can Urban Meyer be the man to turn things around in Jacksonville?
Mike Tannenbaum joins the guys to explain why he loves the Jets decision to go with Robert Saleh as their next head coach. Plus, if Deshaun Watson is available, how aggressive should New York be in trying to get him? Mike shares his thoughts...
Arthur Smith to the Falcons, Robert Saleh to the Jets, and Urban Meyer to the Jaguars. Here's what our experts think of the hires.
New Nets guard James Harden says he doesn't believe he was disrespectful to anyone at the end of his career in Houston but regrets the way the situation unfolded.
Max on the breaking news of the Nets fining Kyrie Irving $50k for violating COVID policies. Former Jet, Bart Scott, stops by to talk about the Jets hiring of Robert Saleh and what it means for Sam Darnold. Max feels the Saints may be better than the Bucs but don't sleep on Antonio Brown. Is Ben Simmons going to stay in Philly long or get traded?
Slugging outfielder Aaron Judge and the Yankees avoided arbitration when they agreed to a one-year contract worth $10,175,000. The team signed all eight players who were eligible for arbitration.
Don looks back on the Islanders dominating performance over the Rangers in their first game of the season, and the Devils loss to the Bruins.
Robert Salah was named as the new Head Coach for the New York Jets. Bart & Hahn talk about how good of a fit he will be for this team. Alan says that Salah is a combination of Herm Edwards and Rex Ryan. Alan also thinks that it's interesting that the Jets will not draft a QB. ESPN's Sal Palantonio, joins the show for the anniversary of the infamous interview with Sal and Bart Scott. He also goes into the new coaching hires and fires.
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