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Jets shortening deteriorate sheet prices for 2018 season

Jets deteriorate tickets will be some-more cost-friendly next season. Season sheet prices will diminution by an normal of 11% for home games in 2018, and some-more than half the seats at MetLife Stadium will have cost decreases, the group announced Tuesday. The rest of the seats will say their same …

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Bengals fans donating to Bortles gift after Steelers loss

The Season of Giving continues in the NFL. More than 100 Bengals fans have donated to the Blake Bortles Foundation after the Jaguars quarterback helped lead Jacksonville to a divisional turn win over the Steelers Sunday with 214 flitting yards and a touchdown. Cincinnati and Pittsburgh, of course, are extreme …

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Mighty Quinn: Jan 17

“Hey, Mighty. Do me a preference if you could discuss my sister Denise Smith upheld on Jan. 13, and was a proprietor from Rosedale and a tyro at St. Clare’s. She will be missed. Viewing is Thursday (2-4 and 7-9 p.m.) at the Malverne Funeral Parlor, 330 Hempstead Ave. The …

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San Diego but the Chargers is still San Diego

At first, we were afraid, we were petrified. Kept meditative we could never live but them by the side. But we were wrong. One year after the Owners Who Shall Not Be Named done good on their longstanding hazard to pierce the San Diego Chargers to Los Angeles, we have …

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LaVar Ball formulating order between NBA coaches & media

Near the finish of a exhilarated and rarely didactic speak on SiriusXM’s NBA Radio, maestro NBA contributor Mitch Lawrence challenged Jeff (Shecky) Van Gundy, ESPN’s No. 1 NBA analyst. “Now let’s see what the (NBA) coaches are done of,” Lawrence said. “Let’s see them protest ESPN. we wish to see …

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Jets OC John Morton not guaranteed to return in 2018: sources

Less than two weeks after the Jets missed the playoffs for a seventh uninterrupted season, descent coordinator John Morton’s future with the group stays in doubt. The first-time play-caller is under agreement for 2018, but that doesn’t indispensably meant that he’ll have a second possibility to run Gang Green’s offense, …

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Stephen A. Smith says ESPN should hang to sports, omit Trump

Stephen A. Smith didn’t accurately have Jemele Hill’s back when it comes to criticizing the President. In an talk with Sporting News, the “First Take” horde pronounced he believes President Donald Trump is wasting his time commenting about protests in the NFL and ripping ESPN. However, he pronounced associate reporters …

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NBC’s Pierre McGuire recuperating from prostate cancer surgery

NBC hockey researcher Pierre McGuire is recuperating from medicine to mislay his prostate following a Stage 1 cancer diagnosis late last year. McGuire told TSN 690’s “Melnick in the Afternoon” radio show on Wednesday that he feels “fantastic” after the Jan. 4 surgery, which was achieved at Mount Sinai Hospital …

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Jets Mailbag: Could Kirk Cousins, Le’Veon Bell reunite with Jets?

The super-sized grand re-opening of the Jets Mailbag facilities a smorgasbord of quarterback queries. Continue to twitter questions about all things Jets to @MMehtaNYDN. Check out the stretched football coverage on Facebook with some-more analysis, opinions and fan rendezvous with chats this offseason. “Like” the page at nydn.us/ManishMehta. What would …

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