Palladino: Petty Must Prove Himself In Impossible SituationThis won’t be a picnic for the poor kid. Given his performances in his first-ever start and Monday night’s second half, he really isn’t ready to take over an offense.
Schmeelk: Streaking Knicks To Face Real Test Wednesday NightThe Knicks are on a four-game winning streak, but Wednesday night will be their first real test since they lost to the Thunder on Nov. 28.
Victor Cruz On WFAN: Competitive Fire Behind Complaining About Lack Of TargetsVictor Cruz tried to play down his frustration Tuesday about not being targeted in the Giants' loss to the Steelers two days earlier.
Francesa: Jets Doing Their Part To Get Bowles FiredMike Francesa wasn't calling for Todd Bowles to be fired Tuesday, but he wasn't sticking up for the Jets coach, either.
Lichtenstein: Nets Can’t Close Deals On Or Off The CourtEarlier in the day, Houston notified Brooklyn general manager Sean Marks that it had matched the offer sheet the Nets tendered to 7-foot restricted free agent Donatas Motiejunas on Friday.
Schwei’s Devils Notes: Overtime Becoming Old HatThe New Jersey Devils’ six-game road winless streak came to an end with a comeback victory Saturday, and just like half of their games this season, it was decided after 60 minutes of play.
MUST LISTEN: Harlan, Esiason Provide Memorable Radio Call As State Trooper, Security Guard Tackle Fans On Field At Jets GameAbout midway through the third quarter at MetLife Stadium, with the Jets trailing 31-3, two teen boys ran onto the field.
Yankees To Retire Jeter's Number, Unveil Monument Park Plaque May 14He leads the team all-time in hits (3,465), games played (2,747), doubles (544) and stolen bases (358).
Chatelain: In New Orleans, McKnight's Gridiron Heroics Won't Be ForgottenBy most accounts, McKnight was the top high school running back in the country as a senior in 2006 and one of the best in U.S. history, some said.
Mets, Rene Rivera Reach Agreement On 1-Year DealThe Mets acquired Rivera last season after he was released by the Rays. He played in 65 games, batting .222 with six home runs.
Peter Schwartz's Futbol Friday: Red Bulls Assistant Coach Armas Reflects, Looks AheadIt wasn’t easy for Chris Armas to sit in front of his television Wednesday night and watch Toronto beat Montreal to advance to the MLS Cup.
LISTEN: McAdoo Talks About Challenge Steelers Offense PresentsThe Steelers have arguably the most talented offensive triplets in the NFL today in quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, running back Le'Veon Bell and wide receiver Antonio Brown.

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