Scott Mason talks to Darryl Slater of NJ Advance Media to discuss the newest additions to the Jets' coaching staff and the latest news surrounding the team!
by: Zach Braziller — New York Post 17h
Asdrubal Cabrera’s preference was to return to Queens. Instead, the veteran infielder will have to settle for Texas. The 33-year-old Cabrera agreed to a one-year, $3.5 million deal on Tuesday with
by: David Borges — New Haven Register 17h
Vin Pastore picked Akok Akok up in Manchester, New Hampshire on Monday and began a 2 ½-hour trek, stopping about midway through at a Dunkin' Donuts on the Mass Pike. Akok ordered a bacon, egg and cheese sandwich, and the two continued on for another...
by: Tyler Calvaruso — USA Today: Jets Wire 18h
With the Pro Bowl coming up next weekend and the Super Bowl to be played on Feb. 3, the 2018 NFL season is nearly complete. A champion still has to be decided, but the offseason is already in full …
by: Guest — Double G Sports 19h
When the New York Jets announced that recently removed Miami Dolphins coaching chief Adam Gase would be succeeding Todd Bowles as the Gang Green’s 19th head coach, the declaration was met with a largely negative reaction. Jets’ fans are unhappy with...
by: Jared Villani — Clutchpoints 19h
Atlanta Falcons running back Tevin Coleman is headed to NFL free agency for the first time in his career, and he will likely see a nice offer coming his way. The offer might not be coming from the Falcons, however. One team that could become...
by: N/A — MLB: Mets 19h
For nearly ten years, The Color Run events have attracted record numbers of first-time runners. "It means a lot to our team when someone tells us they ran their first 5Kat The Color Run," said product manager Amanda Hewlett. "We're always striving...
by: Steve Sypa — SB Nation: Amazin' Avenue 19h
Coming in at 10 on our 2019 list is a local lefty who finally made his professional debut, two years after being drafted.
RT @NotMrTibbs: Initial Public/Private splits (with the caveat that we already have a handful more post-announcement ballots to add): Bonds: 70.1% | 45.5% Clemens: 70.5% | 46.1% Halladay: 92.7% | 76.4% Mussina: 81.6% | 70.7% Schilling: 70.1% | 49.7% Vizquel: 38.0% | 48.7% Walker: 65.8% | 40.8%Beat Writer / Columnist
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