1. Cardinal Sin: Arizona Will Lose Larry Fitzgerald

    This time of year, NFL teams are forced to hang their financial dirty laundry out to dry for all to see. It is embarrassing to some, but it's puzzling to most.How do these teams get into such untenable financial fixes?Let's look at the Arizona Cardinals..

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about almost 7 years ago 3,089 reads 23 comments

  2. Five Reasons MLB's Spring Training Stinks

    I used to love spring training. Then again, I also used to love tapioca pudding until I realized it was the dessert du jour at every mental institution on the East Coast.Spring training for me now marks my annual sports defragmentation...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about almost 7 years ago 837 reads 17 comments

  3. Cleveland Browns: AFC Might Go to the Dawgs

    This is the time of year when the GMs in New England, Indianapolis, Jacksonville, Pittsburgh, and San Diego are usually figuring out how they are going to out-maneuver each other for the coming season...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about almost 7 years ago 1,556 reads 14 comments

  4. NFL Free Agency: New York Jets, Oakland Raiders Get Crazy

    There's an old Nat King Cole song that goes, "You call it madness, but I call it love..." So insanity has existed long before the NFL began allowing players to become free agents...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about almost 7 years ago 2,271 reads 41 comments

  5. NFL Establishes Program To Help Retired Players

    In November, I was lambasted on this site for calling out the NFL and the player's union for their paltry and exclusionary treatment of former players. I do not demand an apology, but a few props would be nice...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about almost 7 years ago 964 reads 10 comments

  6. Free Agent Lunacy Hits NFL

    And they're off.....Today marks the beginning of the NFL's free agent signing period—sort of like Christmas, Mardi Gras, and Festivus all rolled into one for the GMs of all 32 teams...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about almost 7 years ago 795 reads 2 comments

  7. NFL: The Calm Before the Storm

    I'm looking over the wants and needs of each NFL team and I'm wondering why.Out of the 32 teams in the league, maybe half have a clue about what moves to make in the off season, so why even expend the energy on analyzing this...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about almost 7 years ago 784 reads 4 comments

  8. NL East Report: Marlins Hit New Low

    The Florida Marlins are struggling to survive in South Florida. With the city failing to follow through on a new stadium deal, the sparse fan following and the team's management conducting ...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about almost 7 years ago 461 reads 0 comments

  9. Giants Eyeing Falcons' DeAngelo Hall

    The Giants are not resting on their laurels. GM Jerry Reese has been active this week, gearing up for the free agent and trading period that begins Feb. 29. The first order of business is to, believe it or not, shore up the defense...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about almost 7 years ago 1,858 reads 3 comments

  10. New York Mets: Refocused Jose Reyes Ready to "TCB"

    The 2008 season is still a ways off, but Mets' All-Star shortstop Jose Reyes is ready to get serious. “TCB” as Elvis termed it—takin' care of business...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about almost 7 years ago 878 reads 11 comments

  11. Rough and Ready: Brian Schneider Sets the Tone for New York Mets

    When the Mets traded troubled prodigy Lastings Milledge this past winter to Washington for two 'average' veteran players, most fans scratched their heads in confusion.And rightfully so...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about almost 7 years ago 523 reads 1 comments

  12. New York Giants: Low-Key GM Reese Stays Low, Aims High

    Jerry Reese did a bundle in his first season as General Manager of the New York Football Giants. First off, all eight of his draft picks made the cut out of training camp. Second, many of them were able to contribute immediately...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about almost 7 years ago 940 reads 1 comments

  13. Carlos Beltran to Jimmy Rollins: Mets Are Team To Beat

    Last year Jimmy Rollins mouthed off in Spring Training with a declaration that his Phillies were the team to beat in the NL East...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about almost 7 years ago 1,450 reads 9 comments

  14. The Insignificance of the NBA and the NHL

    I will defer to the more knowledgeable writers of BR to fill in where needed here. I am a huge sports fan. BUT.... I have not watched an NBA or NHL game in its entirety for over 20 years...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about almost 7 years ago 443 reads 5 comments

  15. Roger Clemens: Guilty! Guilty! Guilty!

    There's no article here...Just sensational journalism at its best.Do we need to say more?We will...but you won't like it...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about almost 7 years ago 938 reads 4 comments

  16. Giants: We Knew Eli Was Our Man

    I never do this, but let me subpost this article from a great sportswriter, John Branch. Branch covers the Giants for the New York Times - a paper I'm sure many readers on this site do not have the privilege to read...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about almost 7 years ago 1,098 reads 2 comments

  17. New York Mets 2008 Preview: Pitchers

    Last year, the Mets' bullpen was handed the responsibility of carrying the team through what should have been an uneventful September.They failed.With 17 games to go, the Mets had a seven-game lead over the Phillies in the NL East...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about almost 7 years ago 1,737 reads 4 comments

  18. Giants News: Jeremy Shockey Stays Put

    All the talk of Giants' TE Jeremy Shockey and his future was put to rest on Thursday.Well, for now anyway.According to Newsday, Giants' GM Jerry Reese has confirmed that the club will not trade or release the former All-Pro tight end...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about almost 7 years ago 684 reads 2 comments

  19. Spygate Hearings: Another Roger Hits Capitol Hill

    Tomorrow, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell will sit in front of a group of politicians and defend his actions.Unlike Roger Clemens, Goodell will be armed with credible responses and perhaps some leverage...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about almost 7 years ago 824 reads 2 comments

  20. Super Bowl Fallout: New York Giants Will Be No Flash in the Pan

    Super Bowl XLII was not just the culmination of an incredible run by an improbable team. It marks perhaps the beginning of a long period of prosperity for the New York Football Giants...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about almost 7 years ago 1,456 reads 7 comments

  21. Super Bowl Fallout: A Whirlwind Week in Gotham

    Wow—it's Friday night here in New York City, and it still feels like Sunday.What a week we had.If you're a Giants and Mets fan like I am, you're probably just getting the feeling back in your fingers from the numbing events of the past five days...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about almost 7 years ago 790 reads 0 comments

  22. Why the Johan Santana Deal Doesn't Help the Mets

    Conventional wisdom says the deal for Johan Santana has thrust the Mets to the forefront of the pennant race in the National League.You would think that this is true, but it really isn't...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about almost 7 years ago 1,309 reads 20 comments

  23. How the Mets Won the War for Johan Santana

    The Mets won the war for Johan Santana yesterday, when they struck a deal with the Minnesota Twins sending four unproven prospects their way. Sounds like Minnesota got reamed, huh? They did...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about almost 7 years ago 935 reads 19 comments

  24. Odd Giant Out: Jeremy Shockey Forced to Sit and Watch

    You've been reading all week how the Giants won the NFC Championship without some of their key players, but here is what you don't know: It is not that Jeremy Shockey, Matthais Kiwanuka and Derrick Ward are bitter because the team is winning without them.

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about almost 7 years ago 1,141 reads 3 comments

  25. Fear and Loathing in Pasadena: My First Super Bowl Experience

    I used to drink a little in the 1980s, or so I've heard. One year, the Giants, a team I had followed as cognizantly as one could, was headed to the Super Bowl for the first time in franchise history...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about almost 7 years ago 388 reads 0 comments