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Cowboys targeting a wide receiver in the NFL Draft?

Posted by admin on April 20, 2018 in New York Jets |

The Dallas Cowboys finally decided to pull the trigger on parting ways with star wide receiver Dez Bryant last Friday after eight seasons with the team. This left a significant void in the passing game that the front office will look to fill prior to the 2018 campaign. Gronkowski’s base salary for 2018 is $8 […]

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Kevin Pillar’s gamble pays off as he steals home to seal Jays’ win

Posted by admin on April 6, 2018 in New York Jets |

On the eve of Opening Day, Toronto Blue Jays speedsters Kevin Pillar and Curtis Granderson had a conversation about taking extreme base-running gambles. They were discussing a spring-training video they had just seen of Pittsburgh Pirates prospect Lolo Sanchez and what it would take for them to one day replicate his jaw-dropping feat of stealing […]

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Saints won’t tender cornerback Delvin Breaux

Posted by admin on March 28, 2018 in New York Jets |

The Saints couldn’t figure out what was wrong with Delvin Breaux last year, and now they’ve figured out they can do without him. According to Josh Katzenstein of the New Orleans Times-Picayune, the Saints won’t tender the restricted free agent, meaning he’ll become free to sign with anyone tomorrow. Fleming, an offensive tackle who has […]

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Patriots expected to sign Patrick Chung to extension

Posted by admin on March 21, 2018 in New York Jets |

Editor’s Picks Patriots add DE Clayborn, RB Hill, sources say The Patriots have reached agreements with DE Adrian Clayborn, RB Jeremy Hill and OT Matt Tobin, sources told ESPN. Chung, who turns 31 in August, was referred to by Bill Belichick this past season as one of the best players in the NFL and is […]

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MLB free agency rumors: Jake Arrieta signs 3-year deal with Phillies

Posted by admin on March 12, 2018 in New York Jets |

Well, the actual population has been dwindling in recent years, so I think that’s contributing to it. And compared to my time, when I was young, almost everyone was playing baseball. Nowadays, there are a lot more different sports that are available in Japan. So I think it’s those two reasons. It seems like you’ve […]

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Cards sign SS Paul DeJong to 6-year extension

Posted by admin on March 7, 2018 in New York Jets |

The St. Louis Cardinals have signed shortstop Paul DeJong to a six-year contract extension, the team announced Monday. The deal is worth $26 million, according to multiple reports. DeJong, 24, should serve as the Cardinals’ everyday shortstop in 2018 after a rookie season in which he hit .285 with 25 home runs and 65 RBIs. […]

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Bojan Bogdanovic led Indiana with 26 points while making four 3-pointers in the final period.

Posted by admin on March 3, 2018 in New York Jets |

His third 3 of the period cut the Atlanta lead to 97-91. A follow shot by Domantas Sabonis, who had 14 points, pulled the Pacers to 101-99. Schroder answered with a layup with 44 seconds remaining, and then added another driving layup following an Indiana turnover. “We wanted to be the aggressors but they came […]

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I love the Puppy Bowl, but it’s a house of lies

Posted by admin on February 27, 2018 in New York Jets |

Animal Planet’s Puppy Bowl is the apex of Super Bowl counter-programming. The content of the two-hour show is in no way objectionable and in every way lovable. Referee Dan Schachner provides a slice of humanity and order to the chaos. It frequently and repeatedly highlights the cause of animal adoption. But mostly: PUPPIES! The clumsy […]

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Vinatieri spent his first 10 seasons with the New England Patriots and the past 12 with the Colts.

Posted by admin on February 22, 2018 in New York Jets |

He won three Super Bowl rings with New England and one with Indianapolis. The last couple of years of not making the playoffs and stuff was a real frustration, Vinatieri said. I wanted to play on a team that I felt we could get back to the playoffs. Everybody’s first and foremost goal should be […]

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For the first three, the tasks get more difficult in Week 2.

Posted by admin on February 13, 2018 in New York Jets |

25. Kathryn Smith, assistant coach, Bills (NR): A former Jets front-office staffer, Smith became the first woman hired as a full-time assistant coach in NFL history when Rex Ryan named her Buffalo’s special teams quality control coach. It’s a groundbreaking move we can only hope won’t be a one-time event. Cook, who isn’t even 22 […]

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