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Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Ryan Fitzpatrick and Geno Smith, side by side, throwing "out" routes at Jets camp. Fitzpatrick still rusty after skipping the offseason.

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Is Le'Veon Bell the best of the best?

Nobody has racked up the scrimmage yards like Bell over the last three years, with Matt Forte, Julio Jones and Jamaal Charles all coming up short.

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What Ryan Fitzpatrick means to the Jets

Before Fitzpatrick arrived last year, New York toiled through some of the league's worst production at quarterback. ESPN Stats & Info breaks it down.

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Odell Beckham Jr. A superstar from Day 1

The Giants' top wideout has been one of the league's best since he was drafted in 2014. No wide receiver has more TD catches than his 25 over the last two seasons.

Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

Newly inducted Mike Piazza will only be on display Saturday, but his Hall of Fame plaque will be at Citi Field all weekend. The Mets will retire No. 31 in a pregame ceremony on Saturday.

Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

Mets first base coach Tom Goodwin will manage the Scottsdale Scorpions in the Arizona Fall League this offseason. The AFL season begins Oct. 11, for the record, which is interesting considering the MLB playoffs are still going on.

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Expert picks: Miller biggest name dealt?

One of five ESPN baseball experts polled expects Yankees southpaw Andrew Miller to be the biggest name traded before the deadline. Meanwhile, four predict Carlos Beltran could be on the move in August. Trade deadline predictions (Insider)

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Brandon Marshall's bet is risky

Antonio Brown appears willing to take Marshall's wager on who will have more receiving yards in 2016, and rightfully so. Both had huge seasons in 2015, but Brown had 332 more receiving yards despite some inconsistency at QB.

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Thomas Robinson could go overseas

Robinson, one of two former Kansas stars looking for a new team, averaged 14.1 rebounds per 36 minutes in Brooklyn. But Kevin Pelton cites his real plus-minus as a reason why he may be headed overseas. Pelton: 10 best free agents (Insider)

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

New Saints WR Hakeem Nicks admitted that he was texting Sean Payton every week since his spring visit. Nicks said he's had to fight injuries in his career, including last year with Titans. But he said that just adds to the chip in his shoulder. Also said he's taken time to try and "learn the business," study offenses and try to figure out why he had most of his success early in his career with Giants offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride.

Mike Mazzeo ESPN Staff Writer 

Statement from Nets PG Greivis Vasquez, who will not play in the Olympics for Venezuela.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Ben McAdoo says Victor Cruz practiced without limitation and that is the plan going forward.

Mike Mazzeo ESPN Staff Writer 

Nets PG Greivis Vasquez will not play in the Olympics as he is still recovering from injury

Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

Yankees manager Joe Girardi has emphasized the importance of Carlos Beltran to this year's team. Girardi said the other day it is difficult to take any team's best hitter off a club and expect similar results. It is becoming increasingly clear that some decision-makers in the organization look at trading Beltran as essentially waving the white flag.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

The Giants first practice of training camp is over. Resembled an OTA. Not even a single team or 7-on-7 drill

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Will Mets make or miss playoffs?

The Mets are part of a tight NL wild-card race, but injuries and an inability to hit with runners in scoring position could be their undoing.

1927 Yankees diary

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