Tom Brady will be haunting the Jets as a Patriot until he is 40 years old.
Jets tight end Dustin Keller wants to stay with the Jets “for a long time,” but admitted Monday he’s frustrated by the slow-moving talks to extend his contract.
For the second time in as many days, the Knicks’ full-time coaching job has been reported to be practically inevitable for Mike Woodson.
Buckle up, Giants fans. The Osi Umenyiora contract drama just shifted into high gear.
The Giants have reportedly signed linebacker/defensive end Mathias Kiwanuka to a three-year contract extension through 2015, multiple sources have reported. The deal includes an $8.5 million signing bonus and $10.95 million guaranteed.
Cruz, now a household name, wants to be paid like one. But he’s not about to become a training camp holdout if New York declines to show him the money.
When Jonathon Niese strides to the mound Sunday for his first start of the year, he will do so with a new sense of confidence and a carefree attitude.
Wright knows the 2012 season could be his last in Flushing. The Mets have a tough decision ahead: extend their fan favorite third baseman or trade him?
David Harris was rewarded by the Jets for his patience. The playmaking linebacker signed a new four-year deal Tuesday night after Harris originally looked into an extension last year.
Tom Coughlin will enjoy an extended stay with the Giants, even though months have passed since ownership first promised an extension for their head coach. “That will get done, so that’s not an issue,” John Mara said Thursday.
A baseball official familiar with the negotiations says Joe Girardi and the New York Yankees have agreed on the outline of a $9 million, three-year contract.
Yankees general manager Brian Cashman is meeting with Joe Girardi’s agent for what he hopes will be a quick process to bring the manager back after his $7.8 million, three-year contract expires on Halloween.
Joe Girardi will likely sign a 3-year contract extension with the Yankees, according to George King III and Mark Hale of the NY Post.
Denver Nuggets forward Carmelo Anthony says he has no timetable on when he’ll decide whether to sign the team’s $65 million, three-year extension that’s been on the table all summer.