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Aaron Rodgers, Tom Brady, Derek Carr

If Brett Favre could leave a legendary legacy with the Packers and jump to the Jets in a late-career gamble, why can’t Aaron Rodgers do the same? Unlikely? Yes. Impossible? No. If the rest of the Jets’ season resembles the first 10 games, these are the types of scenarios that …

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‘Andy Reid Bowl’ is possible

Andy Reid’s arrival in 2013 elevated the Kansas City Chiefs, but his departure didn’t destroy the Philadelphia Eagles.  Almost a decade later, the NFL could be headed toward a “Reid Bowl” in Super Bowl LVII. The Chiefs and Eagles are two of the three teams with two or fewer losses …

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Dave Hillman, the oldest living Met, dead at 95

Dave Hillman, who pitched in 13 games for the 1962 Mets, died Sunday at 95. The right-hander, who was the oldest living Met, passed away from natural causes, the Bristol Herald Courier reported. Hillman pitched in the majors from 1955-1962 with the Cubs, Red Sox, Reds and Mets. He was …

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Rangers know playing just ‘OK’ won’t be good enough

LOS ANGELES — Entering their 20th game of the season on Tuesday against the Kings, the Rangers have already faced their fair share of mental battles.  Not only did they start the season under the spotlight of their Eastern Conference final finish last season, but they’ve had to work through …

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Mitchell Robinson exits Knicks’ win early with knee soreness

OKLAHOMA CITY — Mitchell Robinson’s knee couldn’t make it through the second game of a back-to-back.  The Knicks’ starting center played 13 minutes in Monday’s win over the Thunder after returning to the lineup the previous day against the Suns following a nine-game injury absence. But the Knicks announced in …

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‘Whatever could go wrong went wrong’ on return

Jets coach Robert Saleh had a simple assessment of the punt return touchdown that sealed a 10-3 victory for the Patriots on Sunday.  “Murphy’s Law, whatever could go wrong went wrong at that very moment,” Saleh said.  The 84-yard touchdown return by Patriots rookie Marcus Jones with five seconds left …

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