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Raiders fire head coach Dennis Allen

The Oakland Raiders have fired coach Dennis Allen four games into his third season.

De Blasio has double standard for aides with troubled beaus: insiders

Mayor de Blasio said Monday there was no double standard in his treatment of senior City Hall aide Rachel Noerdlinger and his campaign press secretary Lis Smith after the romantic life of each woman was revealed. “They’re very different situations,” de Blasio argued.

Mighty Quinn: September 30

Pudgie Walsh, head football coach of the Brooklyn Mariners for the last 58 years (first game in 1957) called:

Jets Insider: Rex Ryan knows exactly what Geno Smith was thinking

A day after Geno Smith yelled “f--- you” at a fan while walking off the field following the Jets’ 24-17 loss to the Lions at the Meadowlands, Rex Ryan addressed the issue with his second-year QB and was able to speak about it from the standpoint of someone with a similar experience.

Patient at Dallas hospital isolated after signs of Ebola virus

DALLAS (AP) — A patient in a Dallas hospital is showing signs of the Ebola virus and is being kept in strict isolation with test results pending, hospital officials said Monday.

Vacchiano: Giants rookie Odell Beckham Jr. no longer hamstrung, finally

The fall from the high of draft day was a swift one for Odell Beckham. One minute it seemed like Giants fans couldn’t wait to see him in action. The next it seemed they were all ticked off at him, wondering if he’d ever see action at all.

Neil Diamond rocks Brooklyn school with pop-up concert

Neil Diamond was back at the Brooklyn high school he called a life-changing experience on Monday night, creating a log jam along Flatbush Ave. as fans lined up to see him perform in a surprise concert at Erasmus Hall High School.

Mehta: Geno Smith over Mike Vick could ultimately doom Rex Ryan

Rex Ryan has cheated professional death before, but his refusal to bench Geno Smith for Mike Vick this week might signal the beginning of the end for the face of Woody Johnson’s franchise for the past five years.

Giants Insider: LGBT advocate confident Giants locker room not hostile to gays

Wade Davis, the executive director of the You Can Play Project, a social activism campaign that works for the eradication of homophobia in sports, tweeted that he met with the Giants on Monday in East Rutherford, and that he was “confident” that the club would embrace a gay player.

Josh Elliott, Liz Cho engaged

It’s a match made in TV heaven: Sports newsman Josh Elliott and news anchor Liz Cho are engaged.

Myers: Jet players may be one loss from turning on Geno Smith

The Jets players are not loyal to Geno Smith. They are not loyal to Michael Vick. They are loyal to themselves and their bank accounts. They are loyal to themselves and their bank accounts. The quarterback who gives them the best chance...Show More Summary

Free-falling Jets vent at team meeting

Four weeks into it, the Jets season is a f---ing mess.How bad is it?Bad enough that the offense already needed to have a players-only meeting Monday, called by several players including the team’s beleaguered quarterback.

California thief dubbed 'El Mustachio the Magician' caught

One California man's magic act landed him in jail. The man who is alleged to have repeatedly robbed a California Costco over the summer and earned the nickname "El Mustachio the Magician" was eventually caught by Santa Cruz Sheriff's deputies because of his distinctive horseshoe mustache.

Famous Carnegie Deli debuts $28 Derek Jeter sandwich

It's 2 much 2 take. Derek Jeter has shattered baseball records and now his sandwich is going to shatter your gut. In honor of the Yankee great’s retirement, Midtown’s landmark Carnegie Deli has introduced “The Derek Jeter Triple Club Sandwich” — a leaning tower of turkey, bacon, American cheese, tomato and lettuce on toasted white bread.

Brooklyn HS plans for 50th anniversary

Like the great man it’s named for, Franklin D. Roosevelt High School has stood the test of time. Four of the 10 teachers at the table making plans for the Brooklyn school’s 50th anniversary were once students there.

Bill Cowher, Warren Sapp support NFL effort to tackle domestic abuse

While attorney Gloria Allred blasted Roger Goodell Monday and reiterated her desire for the embattled NFL commissioner to step down, two Super Bowl champions shared cautious optimism about the direction in which Goodell and the league are moving to address the domestic violence firestorm.

24 schools getting solar panels in $28M project

The schools will get solar panels in a $28 million project that’s part of a solar-energy push — and even City Hall could end up hooked up for solar, Mayor de Blasio said Monday.

Authorities searching for niece of NBA All-Star Reggie Miller

Nikki Miller was reported missing from her Yorba Linda, Calif. bedroom around 7 a.m. Monday, authorities said. Orange County investigators suspect the teen may have run away from home.

Bondy: Power of juice seems lost on Joe Girardi

Poor, naive Joe Girardi. The guy won 84 games with a club that gave up 31 more runs than it scored; one that finished 20th in batting average and 22nd in RBI, and was doomed from the moment Hal Steinbrenner and Brian Cashman allowed Robinson Cano to go swing his bat 3,000 miles away from the Bronx.

NYPD cops involved in two shootings Monday

A man who had stabbed two people in a Brooklyn apartment was shot dead by cops on Monday night — one of two police-involved shootings in a span of less than two hours.

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