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Big Blue did the smart thing money-wise. Probably football-wise, too. But in terms of leadership, they left themselves with a gigantic hole.
General manager Sandy Alderson also apologized for Warthen’s “insensitive remarks” — the slur was once commonly used to disparage Chinese immigrants — on behalf of the franchise.
If you thought Revis landing with Bill Belichick and the rival Patriots was bad, that’s nothing compared to what could end up being a long-term nightmare.
Yes, Plaxico Burress actually has a sense of humor about his infamous 2008 gun incident at a Manhattan nightclub.
Two Lakers greats are chucking up a half-court shot at the buzzer, campaigning Los Angeles brass to swoop in and hire the Zen Master. Will it go in?
The so-called Zen Master, who has 11 NBA titles as a coach and two as a player, verbally committed to running the team’s basketball operations over the weekend, according to the New York Post.
While Jets fans are debating the merits of Michael Vick and a potential reunion with Darrelle Revis, general manager John Idzik is quietly addressing the team’s biggest need.
The Rangers at least have some hope with Alain Vigneault behind the bench. The Canucks have none of that with John Tortorella, whose head coaching career is almost certainly in its final weeks.
Tuck, who has two Super Bowl rings in a nine-year career with the Giants, officially hit the open market at 4 p.m. Tuesday. He had 11 sacks in 2013, just one shy of his all-time high.
Nope, not a typo. The Yankees outfielder wins the Internet with this video uploaded to his Instagram page on Tuesday.
Are you ready for Dee Milliner and whoever manning the corners of the Jets’ secondary? Probably not.
Sources have said Phil Jackson is close to agreeing to become the next Head of Basketball Operations for the Knicks, with a deal that could be finalized by the end of the week.
David Wright has seen enough mediocrity in his years with the New York Mets. Now the captain sees things turning around — and he has some lofty ambitions.
The year was 1989, and I was serving as the editor on Pete Rose’s forthcoming autobiography. But then, as the the manuscript was coming into final form, he was accused of gambling on games.
The impending free-agent wideout told ESPN that he could be a team’s “missing link,” specifically mentioning quarterbacks in Indy, Carolina and San Diego.
New York Islanders photos of the week.