New York Teams

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Kristaps Porzingis received a vote for the NBA's All-Defensive 2nd team. He was the only Knick to receive a vote for the 1st or 2nd team.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets coach Todd Bowles couldn't give a definitive answer on whether Darrelle Revis (wrist surgery) will be ready for training camp. "I can't completely answer that, but I hope he will," Bowles said. Revis, sitting out OTAs, had surgery in March.

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Jets still have offseason work to do

The Jets still don't know who their quarterback will be in 2016, but perhaps Mike Maccagnan deserves credit for holding his ground. Our panel was split on the team's grade. Offseason grades (Insider)

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Gaily impressed with Geno's progress (0:30)
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Olney: Yankees may shop Andrew Miller for younger pitchers (1:09)
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Timing would be key in shopping 'Melo

If the Knicks are truly interested in moving Carmelo Anthony, Amin Elhassan suggests waiting until after free agency begins. That could unearth some motivated trade partners. 5-on-5 (Insider)

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Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets coach Todd Bowles said he's "hopeful" that QB Ryan Fitzpatrick will be signed by training camp. But he wouldn't go so far as to say he's confident. He said he doesn't ask GM Mike Maccagnan for updates on the negotiations. "Just tell me when it's done," Bowles said.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets QB Geno Smith, commenting for the first time since the end of the season, got testy with a reporter when asked if he wants Ryan Fitzpatrick to re-sign. "That's up to the front office and Ryan Fitzpatrick," Smith said. "Why would I speak on that?" Smith cut off the reporter's follow-up questions. Otherwise, he handled the interrogation well, saying he sees Fitzpatrick's absence as "an opportunity." Smith believes he has improved considerably from his days as an erratic starter.

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Giants' brass gets high marks

Jerry Reese was nothing if not aggressive this offseason, sparing no expense in free agency to overhaul the defense. Our panel was generally impressed. Offseason grades (Insider)

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets TE Jace Amaro says he has something to prove after missing last season with a shoulder injury. He says the entire tight-end group has something to prove after catching only eight balls season. Amaro says he expects to be invoked in the passing attack.

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Collins sticking by Harvey (0:59)

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets DT Sheldon Richardson has dropped weight, from 320 to 309. He said the added weight contributed to his "falloff" last season. He's still waiting to hear from the league regarding a potential suspension for a possible personal conduct policy violation. He has been in touch with the league "here and there."

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Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets rookie QB Christian Hackenberg says he's having an "awesome" time in OTAs. Hackenberg, who threw a couple of INTs today, discusses the challenges of the NFL.

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VIDEO: Manager Terry Collins offers a lengthy explanation about why Matt Harvey (4:06)
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Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

VIDEO: Manager Terry Collins offers a lengthy explanation about why Matt Harvey will remain in the rotation. Harvey will face the Chicago White Sox on Monday at Citi Field.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets new special teams coach Brant Boyer seems like a fiery guy. "Part of my philosophy is to go 500 mph all the time," he said. "We're gonna go from start to whistle and we're gonna punch first."

Yankees put an end to their losing ways

New York won its sixth straight game on Tuesday and is now at the .500 mark for the first time since it was 4-4. The Yankees' streak of being under .500 after 35 consecutive games was their longest since a 55-game streak under Buck Showalter in 1995, Elias Sports Bureau reports.

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

Dusty Baker on the Matt Harvey situation: "It's his prerogative to do what he wants to do. If he don't wanna talk, he doesn't have to talk. But he's making it harder on himself. New York'll eat you up."

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Geno Smith is No. 1 QB, per Chan Gailey, who wouldn't say who is No. 2 or No. 3. Its competition, Gailey said.

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