New York teams

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets worked out four free agents today, including RB Kendall Hunter (49ers). The others: TE Bob Housler (Cards), DE Tim Jamison (Texans) and LB Ryan Mueller (Chargers).

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets could see former No. 1 pick Quinton Coples on Sunday at MetLife Stadium. Coples was claimed on waivers by the Dolphins and chief exec Mike Tannenbaum, the former Jets GM who drafted him in 2012. Coples will arrive for tomorrow's practice; no word on whether he'll suit up, but Miami needs front seven help. Could there be gamesmanship involved? Maybe a little, but you're reaching if you think Coples' knowledge of the Jets' schemes will make a difference in the game.

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Giants now firmly in driver's seat

After losses by the Eagles and Redskins, the Giants now win the NFC East in a majority of Football Outsiders' simulations. Not bad for a bye week. Playoff projections (Insider)

Armed and dangerous in Queens

The Mets are the team to beat in the NL East because they have the best starting pitching in baseball, writes Jim Bowden. Still, there are areas in need of an upgrade. MLB status check (Insider)

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Jets' playoff hopes sinking lower

What a difference a month can make. According to Football Outsiders, Gang Green's playoff odds have been cut by nearly 75 percent since the team's 4-1 start. Playoff projections (Insider)

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Will Marshall find success again?

When the Jets faced off with the Dolphins back in Week 4, Brandon Marshall put up seven receptions for 128 yards on 11 targets. Will it be a repeat performance this Sunday? Fantasy 32 (Insider)

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

To fill Quinton Coples' roster spot, the Jets poached OLB Josh Martin from the Colts' practice squad and added him to the 53-man roster. Previously, he played for the Bucs and Chiefs. His career numbers: 21 games, one-half sack and 28 tackles, all with the Chiefs. The Jets replaced a former No. 1 pick with a former undrafted free agent out of Columbia. It tells you how much they wanted to move on from Coples.


No. 13 Indiana defeats St. John's, 83-73

The No. 13 Hoosiers pulled away late, with the help of Thomas Bryant and this strong and-one.


Williams swats away layup to save bucket

No. 13 Indiana is pulling away against St. Johns, thanks in part to this bucket-saving block from Troy Williams. Catch the end on ESPN2.


St. Johns keeps it close vs. Hoosiers

Felix Balamou swiped the ball and fed Federico Mussini in transition to help cut No. 13 Indiana's lead in the 2nd half on ESPN2.

St. Johns players enjoy the water during their free time (0:26)

Ferrell's no-look pass leads to slam

Yogi Ferrell is one of the slickest guards in the nation. Off this one-handed assist, Felix Balamou threw it down. No. 13 Indiana leads St. Johns in the 2nd half on ESPN2.

Getting younger will help the Yanks

New York is in the midst of injecting youth into the club, which has the Yanks trending upward and remaining a contender in Jim Bowden's eyes. MLB status check (Insider)

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Jeurys Familia ranks among game's best

Forget what happened in the World Series when it comes to the Mets' closer. Familia's breakout season in 2015 is evidence of what the 26-year-old is capable of with his excellent sinker. Olney: Top 10 relievers (Insider)

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Gaming companies, N.Y. AG to face off in court

DraftKings and FanDuel take their cases to New York Supreme Court on Wednesday, where they will seek to derail New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman's quest to temporarily shut them down.

Mike Mazzeo ESPN Staff Writer 

Brook Lopez was nearly traded to the Thunder at last season's trade deadline. Does he think about what it would've been like playing with KD and Russ in OKC? "It would have been interesting," said Lopez, who is very happy in Brooklyn, with a laugh. "You can ask them about it tomorrow and report back to me."

Mike Mazzeo ESPN Staff Writer 

When he was 16 or 17, Nets rookie Rondae Hollis-Jefferson attended basketball camps of two players he'll probably be guarding this week: Kevin Durant and LeBron James. "I think that's out the window now," RHJ said.