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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.

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A-Rod has history of birthday bashes

Alex Rodriguez turns 41 years old on Wednesday. He has six career home runs on his birthday, most in MLB history, ESPN Stats & Info notes.

  • Alex Rodriguez - 6 birthday HRs
  • Al Simmons - 5
  • Derrek Lee - 5
  • Todd Helton - 5
  • Chipper Jones - 5

Will Yanks keep Andrew Miller? (0:56)
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Syndergaard settled in too late Tuesday

Noah Syndergaard labored through his first three innings against the Cardinals before cruising through his next three. However, the damage was done, as St. Louis held on to win 3-2.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Odell Beckham's latest venture after his emoji app is this limited edition "Giant Shark" backpack from Sprayground. He helped design the $75 bag which was released Wednesday.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets WR Brandon Marshall checked in at 224.8 pounds, about 10 pounds lower than his 2015 playing weight. Six weeks ago, he was 244. Todd Bowles told him to get under 230, so Marshall went on what he calls "The Todd Bowles Diet." It worked. Maybe Bowles can market it.

Home runs galore, Ichiro inches closer to 3000 (0:57)
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Is Stoudemire headed to Hall of Fame?

Kevin Pelton details the cases for and against an induction speech for Amar'e Stoudemire, who officially retired from the NBA on Tuesday as a member of the Knicks. Springfield for STAT? (Insider)

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Melo was the man in third quarter

Carmelo Anthony scored 16 of his 20 points in Team USA's 107-57 rout of China on Tuesday night during the third period. He's averaging 14 points through the first three games of the Americans' five-game Rio warm-up tour. Box score

Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

Dilson Herrera actually slept funny on the bus from Las Vegas to Fresno and was scratched from the PCL game on Tuesday for that reason. It was just a coincidence in timing that he was scratched nearly simultaneously with Jose Reyes' intercostal injury, I'm told.

Jets will start feeling Fitzpatrick pressure if Geno struggles (1:45)

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets report to training camp and there's no sign of QB Ryan Fitzpatrick, who remains far apart with the team on a new contract, according to ESPN's Ed Werder. First-round pick Darron Lee also remains unsigned as the two sides haggle over guaranteed money in the fourth year.

1927 Yankees diary

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