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Reconciliation ahead for Jets, Fitz?

Rich Cimini sees Ryan Fitzpatrick returning to the team just before camp opens. His crystal ball also focuses on Muhammad Wilkerson and Sheldon Richardson. 100 NFL predictions

Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

Here's how Tuesday's New York tabloids played Matt Harvey's rebound start on their covers.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets' invisible wide receivers -- Eric Decker and Brandon Marshall -- are back at practice today. They skipped the opening week in what appeared to be a show of solidarity for the unsigned Ryan Fitzpatrick. Unfortunately, today's practice is closed to the media. We'll have to wait until tomorrow to get their take.

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Buy Jeanie Buss' Phil Jackson comments? (1:28)

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets legend Joe Namath turns 73 today. It has been 40 years since his last game with the Jets.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Here's a statement from Kristaps Porzingis that will resonate with Knicks fans. "My number one goal is to win the championship one day," Porzingis said over the weekend in an interview with Eurobasket.net. "The championship. That's all we have in our heads, but we have to go step by step. We are not going to win a championship in one day. We have to start building, we have to first make it to the playoffs. That's the number one goal right now. Get to the playoffs and then go day-by-day, game by game. It's not easy what we want to achieve, but I think that we, the fans and the organization has something to look forward to. I think we are growing and one day we want to win a championship, that's it."

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Jeanie Buss: Phil committed to the Knicks (0:42)
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Harvey's adjustment pays quick dividends (0:44)
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Estrada, Blue Jays double up Yankees (1:11)

Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

For the second straight game, the Yankees barely had any offense. Just like on Sunday, they only scored two runs on a home run. Unlike Sunday, the Yankees lost, 4-2, to the Blue Jays.

Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

James Loney is set to be activated Tuesday by the Mets. He told reporters on Monday at Citi Field: "To come to this team, you can just tell the energy here is great, the vibe. And to be defending NL champs is big. I've always felt like you want to win and want to be in the right situation. And I feel this is the right situation." Loney is expected to platoon at first base, facing right-handed pitching. Lucas Duda may miss two months with a stress fracture in his lower back.

Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

Here's how Matt Harvey explained his weeklong media boycott upon breaking his silence Monday: "I was frustrated with myself. I know it wasn't right and it wasn't acceptable. I let my emotions get the best of me." Harvey made the comment after tossing seven scoreless innings in a 1-0 win against the White Sox at Citi Field.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Seton Hall's Isaiah Whitehead will work out for the Knicks on June 4, league sources confirm. The Knicks don't currently have a pick but plan to acquire one, targeting an early second-rounder. Whitehead, a New York native, starred at Coney Island's Lincoln High School as a teen, which is the same high school that produced Lance Stephenson and Stephon Marbury. The Whitehead workout was first reported by Basketball Insiders.

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Walker's solo homer was the difference

The Mets' Neil Walker hit a 397-foot solo shot in the seventh inning off Jose Quintana on Monday. The Mets lead MLB with 72 home runs.

Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

Who's the hottest player in the Mets organization right now? It's Triple-A Las Vegas infielder T.J. Rivera, who extended his hitting streak to 17 games Monday. Rivera went 2-for-3 with a walk on Monday, in a 9-3 loss to Memphis. He is hitting .453 (34-for-75) with two homers and 21 RBIs during that span.

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