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Matt Hasselbeck: Foles can be Super Bowl QB (1:44)

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The deal is done. No, not Ryan Fitzpatrick. We're talking about Darron Lee. The Jets have agreed to terms with Lee, as Adam Schefter reported. It's a four-year, $10.2 million contract. They got it done in time for the former Ohio State star to participate in the first practice tomorrow. He was one of three unsigned first rounders.

Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

Outfielder Wuilmer Becerra, the promising third prospect acquired from the Blue Jays in the R.A. Dickey trade, has undergone labrum surgery. Becerra was hitting .312/.341/.393 in 65 games with Class A St. Lucie.

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Jose Reyes will take injury day-by-day (1:11)
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Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

Jose Reyes says he hopes the strained intercostal muscle on his left side only sidelines him for a short period. He injured it swinging on a comebacker to the pitcher in Game 1 of Tuesday's doubleheader. Wilmer Flores will handle third base for the time being.

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Forte: Fitzpatrick situation has nothing to do with me (1:14)
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A-Rod saves his best for his birthday

In 14 games played on his birthday, Alex Rodriguez has slugged six home runs, giving him a rate of at-bats per homer that is much higher than his career norm.

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Putting N.Y.'s spending spree in context

The Giants doled out $105.3 million in guaranteed money to Olivier Vernon, Damon Harrison and Janoris Jenkins in free agency. That's $20.2 million more than they spent in free agency the previous five seasons, per ESPN Stats & Info. Top stats to know

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Vegas doesn't doubt New England

No Tom Brady, no problem, at least in Las Vegas. Even with Jimmy Garoppolo set to start four games, New England is heavily favored to win the AFC East by the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets are obviously trying to control the news on Day 1. Five players were made available to the media, and none of them were named Geno Smith, Brandon Marshall and Eric Decker. Marshall and Decker have been Ryan Fitzpatrick's most outspoken supporters. Matt Forte said players were told to defer Fitzpatrick questions to Todd Bowles, who won't be available until tomorrow.

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David Harris not talking about Fitzpatrick (0:18)
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Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets LB David Harris, one of the most respected players on the team, clammed up on the Ryan Fitzpatrick situation.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets C Nick Mangold said he spoke to Ryan Fitzpatrick yesterday. He said they didn't talk football or contract. Mangold doesn't believe the Fitzpatrick distraction will be a distraction to the team.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Matt Forte, Erin Henderson decline to discuss Ryan Fitzpatrick situation. Hmm, sounds like a company line sent down from above.

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Tom Brady's opener streak will end at 14

No quarterback has started more consecutive season openers with his current team than Brady, whose streak began in 2002. Eli Manning will take over as the new active leader due to Brady's suspension.

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A pair of Giants on all-retirement team

Justin Tuck and Jon Beason both earned spots on our star-studded squad of players who called it quits this offseason. All-retirement team

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Ferguson among best to hang 'em up

D'Brickashaw Ferguson earned a spot on our squad of the best players to call it quits this offseason. Hypothetically, he'd be blocking for Peyton Manning and Marshawn Lynch. All-retirement team

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Cabrera finally comes through with RISP

Before his third-inning double to drive in Alejandro De Aza from second on Tuesday, Asdrubal Cabrera was hitless in each of his last 32 at-bats with runners in scoring position. He fell five such ABs short of matching Gregg Jefferies' franchise record for position players set in 1990, the Elias Sports Bureau notes.

1927 Yankees diary

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