New York Jets wide receiver Eric Decker was limited at practice for the second straight day, but coach Rex Ryan expects him to be able to play against the Denver Broncos on Sunday.
Rangers coach Alain Vigneault revealed the injury following New York’s 3-2 win over the St. Louis Blues in the season opener Thursday night.
Jeremy Hefner’s setback this summer became a point of discussion regarding ace Matt Harvey, who also had Tommy John surgery in 2013.
In his first season with Big Blue, Jennings has carried the ball 91 times for 396 yards (4.4 yards per carry) and two touchdowns. He’s also caught 11 passes for 109 yards.
Yankees outfielder Carlos Beltran has undergone elbow surgery to remove a bone spur and loose pieces that limited his throwing ability for most of the 2014 season.
New York Jets fullback Tommy Bohanon broke his collarbone in the team’s 24-17 loss to the Detroit Lions on Sunday and has been placed on injured reserve.
Beckham pulled a hamstring early in training camp and missed all five preseason games and the first quarter of the regular season. Every time he practiced, he aggravated the injury.
The New York Jets’ wide receiver, recovering from tightness in his right hamstring, is expected to play Sunday despite being listed as questionable on the team’s injury report Friday.
Eric Decker is ready to play again. The New York Jets’ wide receiver hopes his ailing right hamstring allows him to.
Coach Kyle Flood announced on Sunday that James tore the ACL in his right knee when he took a Navy player’s helmet to his knee.
Prado has been a solid performer for the Yankees, posting a .316 batting average with seven homers and 16 RBIs in 37 games since being obtained from Arizona on July 31.
Masahiro Tanaka pitched five scoreless innings against minor leaguers in an instructional-league simulated game Monday, perhaps the final step before the injured Japanese pitcher rejoins the Yankees.
Torn ligaments in his left ankle seemingly aren’t going to prevent Steve Weatherford from punting for the New York Giants.
“If he pitched in a big-league game or two and felt good, you wouldn’t do surgery on a guy that felt good,” Girardi said. “That’s the bottom line.”
General manager Sandy Alderson, though, defended Wright’s performance in a down year: “David did what captains do. He persevered, he gutted it out.”