Category: ESPN New York

Curt Schilling: Playing Against A-Rod Never Felt Genuine Because He Wanted the Same Respect as Derek Jeter Without Earning It

Friday, February 8th, 2013

During an ESPN Radio interview on Wednesday, Curt Schilling admitted that he was encouraged to use performance-enhancing drugs late in his career with the Red Sox by “former members of the organization” in the team’s clubhouse. The admission was another shocking blow to the world of baseball, but it's not ...

Rick Nash Believes it’s Tough to Build Chemistry in a Lockout-Shortened Season

Friday, January 18th, 2013

Is Rick Nash the last piece to the puzzle for the New York Rangers? The Blueshirts fell in the Eastern Conference Finals last season and appeared to be one player away. The Rangers needed another scoring threat. Now granted, the NHL will have a shortened season here, but the debut of Nash in ...

Mike Woodson Believes the Knicks are Buying Into the Team Concept After Big Road Win Over Miami Heat

Monday, December 10th, 2012

Last Thursday night the New York Knicks handed the Miami Heat their worst home loss in the Big Three era of LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh. For the second time this season, the Knicks beat the Heat by 20 points. You can say it's still very early this season ...

Rex Ryan Is More Interested In Evaluating His Entire Roster Than Simply Tim Tebow

Tuesday, November 6th, 2012

Rex Ryan knows there are several fundamental areas the Jets need to improve on in order to have a realistic shot at making the playoffs. New York sits at 3-5, tied for last place in the AFC East. The Jets head coach is still optimistic in the following interview, but let's ...

John Mara Wasn’t Aware Of Jerry Jones’ Comments Because of all the Tim Tebow News Out Of Training Camp

Thursday, August 2nd, 2012

This headline speaks for itself considering all the attention the NFL garners in training camp these days.  The New York Giants seem to always play with a chip on their shoulders because they believe they are 'disrespected' despite winning the Super Bowl according to the words of Justin Tuck. Well, ...

Tim Tebow Admits He Doesn’t Know His Role With The Jets Just Yet, Wants Mark Sanchez To Do His Best

Tuesday, July 31st, 2012

The facts are that Tim Tebow won seven of eight games in the regular season last year and led the Denver Broncos to the playoffs. He helped beat the Pittsburgh Steelers with 316 passing yards on Wild Card Sunday, only to be traded in the offseason to the New York ...

Jets Training Camp: Mark Sanchez Not Worried About Tim Tebow, Rex Ryan Learning From Last Year, Darrelle Revis Not Unhappy With Contract

Friday, July 27th, 2012

The New York Jets have arrived in Cortland, NY for the start of training camp looking to turn over a new leaf after the 8-8 finish last season. Rex Ryan has vowed that he is done making guarantees after learning his lesson last season. The attention will be non-stop for ...

Mariano Rivera’s Goal Is To Return This Season, Won’t Guarantee A Comeback In September

Tuesday, July 17th, 2012

Mariano Rivera isn't calling it a season just yet. The Yankees closer was put on the disabled list on May 4 after tearing his right ACL while shagging fly balls prior to a game against the Kansas City Royals. Last week, Dr. Keith Pyne claimed that he could see No.42 ...

Mark Sanchez on the Jets Pursuing Peyton Manning: “I honestly totally understood what was going on. It didn’t bother me.”

Friday, March 16th, 2012

Give Mark Sanchez some credit here. The Jets signal caller has been taking abuse from former and current teammates in the press since the season had concluded after a disappointing finish to a year that began with high expectations. All the blame has fallen squarely on No.6, and to make ...

Eli Manning: “It’s about winning a championship. I think if you are playing for a legacy you are playing for the wrong reason.”

Tuesday, February 7th, 2012

Eli Manning made headlines this season when he came out and emphatically said he was an 'elite' quarterback. He may have been mocked by some, but it was No.10 who had the last laugh on his critics over the weekend. It was the New York Giants offense who made the big ...