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Reports: Anthony Tells Jackson In Meeting He Wants To Remain A KnickTwo days after Carmelo Anthony suggested it might be time to discuss a trade out of New York, the Knicks star met with team president Phil Jackson.
Last-Place Islanders Fire Coach Jack CapuanoThe Islanders announced the move, adding that Doug Weight, assistant coach and senior adviser to the general manager, will take over as interim head coach.
Steelers' Tomlin: Antonio Brown 'Foolish' To Live-Stream Postgame Locker RoomThe coach added the All-Pro wide receiver will be punished "swiftly" but added Brown will be available for Sunday's AFC championship game against the Patriots.
Alex Rodriguez Hosting CNBC Pilot Helping Financially Troubled AthletesThe former Yankee is set to host a reality TV show pilot focusing on helping former pro athletes in financial trouble.
Capellini: Islanders Cannot Let Greiss Get Anywhere Near Free AgencyIn Thomas Greiss they trust. And that should continue for a while longer.
Schwei's Devils Notes: New Jersey No Stranger To OvertimeThe New Jersey Devils have gone 2-0-1 on their current four-game Western Conference road trip, with one game remaining Tuesday night in Minnesota against the Wild, the top team in the Conference.
Keidel: Aaron Rodgers Has No PeersRodgers' performance in Dallas showed again that he's the best pure passer in NFL history. It's really not even close.
No Purge Yet -- Jets Re-Sign Right Guard Winters To 4-Year DealThe New York Jets are off to a quick start in what's expected to be a busy offseason.
Sweeny: Mussina's Hall Case Strengthening; Posada In Danger Of Falling Off BallotMike Mussina’s case has been gaining steam, and even though he will, in all likelihood, fall short this time, his day in the sun will be coming.

Best Of Boomer & Carton

Boomer & Carton Podcast & MOTD: Jan. 17, 2017Tuesday's highly anticipated "Moment of the Day" focused on paternity leave, as Craig offered his take on how much is too much.
Boomer & Carton: Jerry Recco Is Called Upon For An UpdateWhen Jerry updates, people listen. At least, they ought to.
Boomer & Carton: Thanks For Nothing, Phil JacksonBoomer and Craig spent a good portion of Tuesday's show open discussing the sinking ship that is the Knicks, after they suffered yet another horrible loss.
Boomer & Carton Podcast & MOTD: Jan. 16, 2017As is sometimes the case, Monday's highly anticipated "Moment of the Day" featured an entertaining exchange between Boomer & Craig ...

Best Of Mike Francesa

LISTEN: Mike Francesa Asks New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie If He'd Be Interested In Succeeding Him At WFANThe New Jersey governor called into Mike Francesa's WFAN show Friday to talk about his beloved Dallas Cowboys, but found himself in a lengthy discussion about what he might do after his term expires next January.
LISTEN: Tony Dungy Says Atlanta Falcons Could Be 'Super'Tony Dungy says he sees plenty of similarities between this year's Atlanta Falcons and the 2006 Indianapolis Colts team that he coached to a world title.
LISTEN: Ron Darling Explains Why He's High On Mets Rotation This SeasonRon Darling is high on the Mets' pitching staff heading into the 2017 season.
LISTEN: Ben McAdoo Tells WFAN He's Already Working To Fix Giants' OffenseWhile the defense excelled, especially over the second half of the season, the offense sputtered, ranking 25th in the NFL in yards and 26th in points.

Giants

Keidel: Giants Trending Upward With Plenty Of Money Still To SpendIn the week after a playoff loss, folks scramble for scapegoats, excuses and are just generally prone to panic.
LISTEN: Ben McAdoo Tells WFAN He's Already Working To Fix Giants' OffenseWhile the defense excelled, especially over the second half of the season, the offense sputtered, ranking 25th in the NFL in yards and 26th in points.
Palladino: Pierre-Paul Should Be Giants' Top Priority This OffseasonEven after putting together an impressive, though shortened, season with 7 1/2 fingers, Jason Pierre-Paul knows what he’s worth. The question now is whether Jerry Reese is familiar with that number.
LISTEN: Victor Cruz Says He Prefers To Return 'Home' To Giants In 2017Victor Cruz says he'd like to remain a Giant but is prepared for the possibility that he might be wearing a different uniform next season.

Jets

No Purge Yet -- Jets Re-Sign Right Guard Winters To 4-Year DealThe New York Jets are off to a quick start in what's expected to be a busy offseason.
Palladino: Circus Lovers Will Still Have The Jets To Keep Them HappyThose who still crave the clown hijinks, high-wire daring and animal acts that became a staple of “The Greatest Show on Earth” need only buy a ducat or two for the 2017 edition of the “Worst Show in the NFL.”
Reports: Jets To Interview Broncos Assistant Studesville For Offensive Coordinator JobThe Jets reportedly have scheduled an interview with Broncos running backs coach Eric Studesville for their offensive coordinator vacancy.
Jets' Leonard Williams Added To Pro Bowl RosterHe will replaced Raiders defensive end Khalil Mack, who pulled out of the game because of an injury.

Yankees

Alex Rodriguez Hosting CNBC Pilot Helping Financially Troubled AthletesThe former Yankee is set to host a reality TV show pilot focusing on helping former pro athletes in financial trouble.
Sweeny: Mussina's Hall Case Strengthening; Posada In Danger Of Falling Off BallotMike Mussina’s case has been gaining steam, and even though he will, in all likelihood, fall short this time, his day in the sun will be coming.
Yankees Avoid Arbitration With 6 PlayersThe team avoided salary arbitration by reaching agreements with shortstop Didi Gregorius, starting pitcher Michael Pineda and backup catcher Austin Romine, WFAN baseball insider Jon Heyman reported Friday.
Palladino: Cashman's Rotation Plans May Not Sit Well With Yankees FansBrian Cashman is preaching patience with his young Yankees, but one has to wonder just how long they'll get by with this suspect rotation.
Sweeny: Posada A Realist, Yet Optimistic About Hall Of Fame ChancesThere are very few players -- if any -- that I covered that were more emotional than Jorge Posada.

Mets

Kallet: Comparing Mets, Nationals Heading Into 2017These two teams are expected to battle it out for the division title all season long. The Mets and Nationals have far more talent than the Marlins, Braves and Phillies, so the NL East figures to be a two-team race.
Mets Avoid Arbitration With Harvey, DeGrom, Reed, D'ArnaudThe Mets reached 11th-hour deals Friday to avoid arbitration with starting pitchers Matt Harvey and Jacob deGrom, reliever Addison Reed and catcher Travis d'Arnaud.
Duda, Mets Agree On $7.25M Contract, Avoid ArbitrationThe Mets and Lucas Duda have avoided arbitration after they agreed on a one-year contract Thursday worth $7.25 million.
Mets Don't Offer Tebow Invite To Spring TrainingTim Tebow needs a lot more work. That's what the Mets think after they decided to not invite the NFL quarterback-turn-baseball outfielder to spring training.
Mets, Zack Wheeler Avoid Arbitration, Agree On $800K DealZack Wheeler and the Mets have avoided arbitration to agreeing on a one-year, $800,000 contract for this season.

Knicks

Reports: Anthony Tells Jackson In Meeting He Wants To Remain A KnickTwo days after Carmelo Anthony suggested it might be time to discuss a trade out of New York, the Knicks star met with team president Phil Jackson.
Schmeelk: Jackson's Silence About Carmelo Anthony's Future Is DeafeningHas it really taken Jackson this long to figure out that Anthony will be far from a star up by the time the team is ready to win?
Knicks Go Down To The Wire In Loss To AtlantaCarmelo Anthony led the Knicks with 30 points and seven rebounds and Derrick Rose added 18 points and nine assists, but committed six of the Knicks' 18 turnovers in the Monday matinee.

Nets

Lichtenstein: Atkinson Stands By Nets’ System, Even If It Won’t Succeed With Current RosterHe has acknowledged many times that his team will “embrace the 3-point shot” no matter who takes them or how early in the shot clock, so long as those attempts are uncontested.
Nets' Woes Continue In Blowout Loss To RocketsJames Harden's triple-double proved too much to handle for the hapless Nets,
Raptors Soar Past Nets With Strong Fourth QuarterToronto (26-13) has now won back-to-back games while Brooklyn (8-31) has dropped nine straight.

Devils

Schwei's Devils Notes: New Jersey No Stranger To OvertimeThe New Jersey Devils have gone 2-0-1 on their current four-game Western Conference road trip, with one game remaining Tuesday night in Minnesota against the Wild, the top team in the Conference.
Devils Come Out On Top In OT Win Over CanucksTaylor Hall broke an overtime tie to lift New Jersey past Vancouver Sunday.
Devils Snap Four Game Skid In Victory Over Calgary FlamesKyle Palmieri had a goal and an assist and the New Jersey Devils hung on to beat the Calgary Flames 2-1 on Friday night.

Rangers

Hartnett: Zibanejad's Return Is Like A Deadline Upgrade For RangersIt didn't take long for Mika Zibanejad to establish himself as integral to the Rangers' winning formula. Now he'll try to do it again.
Rangers' Raanta Expected To Miss 7 To 10 DaysThe Rangers recalled goaltender Magnus Hellberg from Hartford of the American Hockey League to serve as a backup to Henrik Lundqvist.
Canadiens Score Three In The Third To Rally Past RangersThe Montreal Canadiens rallied from a third-period deficit to beat the New York Rangers 5-4 on Saturday night at the Bell Centre.

Islanders

Last-Place Islanders Fire Coach Jack CapuanoThe Islanders announced the move, adding that Doug Weight, assistant coach and senior adviser to the general manager, will take over as interim head coach.
Capellini: Islanders Cannot Let Greiss Get Anywhere Near Free AgencyIn Thomas Greiss they trust. And that should continue for a while longer.
Kulemin Scores Two Goals In Shutout Win Over BruinsThe Islanders' left winger, scoring off a pair of passes from linemate Casey Cizikas, scored twice around a Josh Bailey goal in a span of 5:20 in the second.

NYCFC

NYCFC Buys 3rd Overall Pick In MLS Draft, Takes Akron ForwardNew York City FC didn't wait long to make a splash at Friday's MLS SuperDraft.
‘Soccer In The City’ Podcast: Quiet NYCFC Offseason So FarThe guys also discuss the roster for the U.S. men's national team's January camp, the U.S. women's national team and development issues.
‘Soccer In The City’ Podcast: MLS Season Is In The BooksIn the latest episode of the “Soccer in the City” podcast, hosts Tom Kolker, Glenn Crooks and Roberto Abramowitz give their thoughts on the MLS Cup, NYCFC acquisition Sean Johnson and the MLS expansion draft.

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