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.J. - New York Jets wide receiver Percy Harvin has sat out practice
while resting his severely sprained left ankle, which he played through Sunday
at Tennessee.Coach Rex Ryan said Wednesday that Harvin suffered a third-degree
sprain two weeks ago at Minnesota, meaning the ligament is completely torn.
Despite the injury, Harvin played against the Vikings, something Ryan says very
few guys will play off of. He had no catches, but had a 10-yard run and returned
a kickoff 33 yards.Harvins availability Sunday against New England is uncertain,
but he says the ankle feels a lot better than it did a week ago. He adds that he
hopes to practice Thursday.Defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson (turf toe), right
guard Willie Colon (knee) and safety Jaiquawn Jarrett (shoulder) were all
limited.___AP NFL website: and
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. Cox started the season with San Francisco, but was released by the team on
Nov. 12 before being signed by Seattle, where he appeared in two games and
tallied three tackles before being released on Dec.NEW YORK -- The NHL is
threatening to relocate the Phoenix Coyotes if Glendale city council doesnt
approve a new arena deal for the franchise by July 2. That was commissioner Gary
Bettmans strong stance Thursday after a board of governors meeting that included
an update on the Coyotes situation but not much else in the way of progress, as
the league waits on the process in Arizona. Renaissance Sports &
Entertainment has agreed to buy the team, but everything is contingent on an
arena management deal getting done. "If the council doesnt approve it so that
this transaction can close, I dont think the Coyotes will be playing there
anymore," Bettman said. Strengthening his position from the Stanley Cup final --
the original target for the city of Glendale to finish the deal -- Bettman
explained that the NHL has "lots of options" if the Coyotes must relocate, even
if that plan B hasnt yet been ironed out. "I find it difficult to conceive of
why, if the council turns this down, we would want to keep the team in Glendale
any longer," Bettman said. "And so we will then, if they turn it down, have to
deal with the possibilities and the options that will be available to us, and
they are numerous." Deputy commissioner Bill Daly didnt want to get into
specific cities that could get the Coyotes if keeping the team in Glendale
doesnt work out. Asked specifically about Seattles Key Arena, he said it could
house an NHL team. Asked about Quebec City being an option, Daly said, "I
wouldnt rule it out." "I think we tried to be clear that obviously there are a
number of alternatives, and we have to decide which one is best for us in the
short term," Daly said.
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. The short term would begin in 2013-14. Bettman and Daly confirmed
there is enough time to move the Coyotes to another city without them playing a
lame-duck season in Glendale. If the Coyotes move, the conference and division
alignments wont change, according to Daly, even if it means a less-than-ideal
situation like what the Winnipeg Jets went through after moving from Atlanta.
Not knowing whether the Coyotes will be in Glendale or somewhere else is holding
up the release of the next NHL schedule. But so is completion of an agreement to
send NHL players to the Olympics in Sochi in 2014. Bettman said the board of
governors gave him authority to get a deal done and that theres a meeting Monday
in New York "to hopefully conclude that." The board discussed rule changes such
as hybrid icing being tested in pre-season and visors being made mandatory for
incoming players, but Bettman declined to give details as to whether they were
approved, deferring to the NHLPA, which meets next week and must formally
approve them. The Coyotes situation obviously drew the most attention. Colorado
Avalanche executive vice president of hockey operations Joe Sakic said the board
was "brought up to speed" but declined to reveal much more. At this point, the
NHL has to wait. "Were anticipating or hoping that the Glendale City Council
passes the proposed deal with the Renaissance group for the operation of the
building and the club playing there going forward," Bettman said. "Thats an
essential ingredient to this moving forward."
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