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Jets face road-heavy schedule early in season

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Though the Jets hope to build off their 10-6 season from a year ago, they face a brutal stretch to open the 2016 season. When the schedule was released Thursday night, it revealed that five ...

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Carmelo Anthony, Phil Jackson not on same page with Knicks

[unable to retrieve full-text content] It’s getting harder for Carmelo Anthony to keep his faith. The questions aren’t being answered. The concerns aren’t alleviated. As the Knicks star conducted a long press conference tinged with doubt, Anthony spent most of ...

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Mehta: Just Amazin’ how stupid, ignorant Mets can be

[unable to retrieve full-text content] The Mets have exhibited a rare blend of stupidity that should be preserved so that future generations can marvel at their ignorance. Daily News – Sports

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Giants, Modell's team up to donate $115G for cancer research

Jeenah Moon/for New York Daily News Christine Andrews (second from l.), the executive director at Hackensack University Medical Center is joined by Giants players and Mitchell Modell (c.) to present a $ 115,000 check for cancer research. Several New York ...

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MMA legalized in New York, MSG to host first event in state

Before Gov. Cuomo put pen to paper to legalize mixed martial arts in New York Thursday morning, officials announced the first event will be held at Madison Square Garden on Nov. 12. And Cuomo, saying he’s not a promoter, asked ...

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Luis Cessa making strong case to be part of Yankees’ bullpen

Leon Halip/Getty Images Luis Cessa has pitched to a 2.70 ERA in spring and could be with Yanks on Opening Day. CLEARWATER, Fla. – When it comes to promising right-hander Luis Cessa, the Yankees are juggling the age-old questions of ...

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Lawmakers want answers from NFL on BU researcher

Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images The NFL made a $ 30 million grant to fund studies on brain injuries in 2012. Four members of Congress want answers about the NFL’s alleged attempt to replace a Boston University researcher who has been critical ...

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Craig Sager says his leukemia is no longer in remission

[embedded content] TNT sideline reporter Craig Sager told HBO that his leukemia is no longer in remission. Sager revealed the bad news in an interview with “Real Sports” correspondent Bernard Goldman that will air Tuesday night. Sager has been battling ...

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Notre Dame ‘hungry’ after 2015 NCAA Tournament heartbreak

Frank Franklin II/AP Notre Dame coach Mike Brey watches his team during practice Thursday. Notre Dame coach Mike Brey didn’t waste any time ingratiating himself to locals inside the gymnasium atop Atlantic Terminal Thursday afternoon. Shortly before rush hour, he ...

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Penguins, Fleury, flummox Rangers

Vincent Carchietta/USA Today Sports The Rangers slip three past Marc-Andre Fleury, but the Penguins goalie largely made things difficult for the Blueshirts Sunday at the Garden. Overlooking details will not cut it for the Rangers. It hasn’t worked the last ...

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