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Esiason talks Craig Carton resignation on newly rebranded show

Welcome to “The Morning Show with Boomer.” The ex-Jets quarterback opened his re-branded WFAN radio show – in a studio completely scrubbed clean of any presence of Craig Carton – by dealing with the news that his long-time partner had resigned amid Ponzi scheme charges. “I think it’s a good move for Craig,” Esiason said […]


Teen convicted in Steubenville rape case sues Youngstown State

CLEVELAND — A man who was convicted of rape as a teen and served nearly a year in a juvenile prison in a highly publicized case in Ohio has sued Youngstown State University after the school allowed him to join the football team as a walk-on and then told him he couldn’t play this season. […]


Zach Randolph gets community service for his L.A. pot arrest

LOS ANGELES — Sacramento Kings forward Zach Randolph was sentenced to community service on Wednesday after being charged with marijuana possession and resisting arrest following an incident last month at a Los Angeles housing project, prosecutors said. Randolph entered a no-contest plea during a court appearance Wednesday and was immediately sentenced to 150 hours of […]


Murray State asst coach officiates player's post-practice wedding

MURRAY, Ky. — Murray State has tweeted a video that shows Racers defensive lineman Bishop Woods and girlfriend Caitlin Myers being married in a rainy ceremony officiated by offensive line coach Brian Hamilton. The ceremony took place after Tuesday’s practice at midfield with head coach Mitch Stewart holding an umbrella over Myers. Woods, a senior, […]


Matt Harvey aware he's in poor standing with Mets

CHICAGO — Matt Harvey was mad. The righthander stormed through the clubhouse to stand in front of his locker and face questions about his night, about his journey back from thoracic outlet syndrome surgery. He glared at reporters and challenged questions, but the 29-year old was mad at himself. “It’s kind of hard to take […]


Giants need to improve on third down, starting with Eli Manning

Eli Manning confirmed on Wednesday that he will retire by the year 2032. Manning said his calendar is cleared to reunite in 15 more years with his 2007 Super Bowl teammates, just not at Monday night’s 10-year anniversary celebration for the home opener against Detroit. “I’ll be there for the 25th anniversary,” Manning joked. “I […]


Joe Girardi isn’t concerned about hurting players' feelings

Jaime Garcia clearly was not thrilled to get hooked by Joe Girardi in the fifth inning on Wednesday, avoiding eye contact with his manager and muttering to himself as he left the mound. Dellin Betances offered a similar displeased reaction when he was pulled three innings later. Girardi does not give a flying hoot, however, […]


Matt Harvey, Mets bullpen give up 17 runs in loss to Cubs

CHICAGO — It was the second rough start of the three Matt Harvey has made since coming back from the disabled list after shoulder weakness. He gave up back-to-back line drives to start the game and walked Anthony Rizzo to load the bases with no outs. The Cubs got two runs on groundouts and Harvey […]


Yankees bullpen staggers, but ultimately hangs on for 3-2 victory

The Yankees managed to score in only the second inning, but the Bombers’ early three-run burst was just enough to beat the Rays, 3-2, Wednesday afternoon at Citi Field. Jaime Garcia was unable to pick up the win, but held the Rays in check before allowing the bullpen to do the rest. Garcia, who has […]


Todd Bowles still hasn’t settled on who Jets’ backup QB will be

Todd Bowles might have settled on a backup quarterback, but he isn’t revealing that information to the public. For the second straight week, Bowles is refusing to name a No. 2 signal-caller. The Jets face the Raiders in Oakland on Sunday. Christian Hackenberg served as the backup in the Jets’ season-opening loss to the Bills, […]

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