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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.
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.
LISTEN: George Karl Says Carmelo Anthony Has Improved Since Nuggets DaysFormer NBA coach George Karl said he's been somewhat surprised with the reaction to excerpts from his new book.

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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.
World Series Champion Chicago Cubs Visit White House, ObamaPresident Barack Obama is celebrating the World Series champion Chicago Cubs before he leaves office.
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.
Keidel: Playoffs Finally Shift Into High Gear With Thrillers In Dallas, KCThe two games Sunday drained the adrenal gland like no other in recent memory. And it was fitting that all four teams are big-ticket franchises, all on the map for at least 50 years.
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.
Schwartz: Bravest Vs. Finest On Ice Comes To BrooklynThe 44th annual FDNY vs. NYPD hockey game will take place March 18, and for the first time, it will be played at Barclays Center in Brooklyn.

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