It appears that Marc Staal and the Rangers have dodged a pretty significant bullet.
It was uncertain exactly when Cromartie was hurt, but he and teammate Ed Reed smacked into each other while trying to defend a pass to Rod Streater in the third quarter Sunday.
The Rangers have put All-Star winger Rick Nash on injured reserve retroactive to Sunday, Feb. 10, according to a report.
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton continued to recover from a medical close call Tuesday night – a potentially life-threatening blood clot that doctors said they found in time.
Her doctors announced Monday late afternoon that Clinton is making excellent progress. They also predict the secretary will make a full recovery from the blood clot.
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was hospitalized in New York Sunday after doctors discovered a blood clot that formed when she suffered a concussion earlier this month.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was recovering at home Saturday after fainting and suffering a concussion.
If Giants safety Antrel Rolle had a say, he’d be on the field at home against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Giants wide receiver Ramses Barden has been diagnosed with a concussion, and he did not practice on Wednesday.
Coach Joe Gaccione has been at it for over 20 years and says he’d much rather have old players come back saying they put their brains to good use in life rather than see one who’s brain is shot.
Before the Jets started playing football for real this year, Rex Ryan proclaimed his defense a sure-fire, top-five group. Amazing how one injury can turn an otherwise impressive unit into a bunch of also-rans.
The Jets will face the Pittsburgh Steelers’ speedy receivers without Darrelle Revis. The All-Pro cornerback was ruled out for the team’s game at Pittsburgh on Sunday with a concussion
Darrelle Revis has been cleared for physical activity, but not for contact, head coach Rex Ryan said on Wednesday. The four-time Pro Bowler will run and lift weights but will not practice on Wednesday after suffering a mild concussion.
Jason Bay was activated off the disabled list prior to Tuesday night’s series opener against the division-rival Nationals. The left fielder took early batting practice with the team on Tuesday afternoon, and will bat fifth and start in left field.
The nightmare continues for Bay, who must be feeling like he is living his own personal “Groundhog Day.” He was once again hurt trying to make an aggressive defensive play, which is the only way he knows how to play the game.