Morning Coffee! Divorce Edition

Good morning, New York sports fans. Here is what's happening around the local sports scene on Day 1 AD -- After Divorce -- for Tiger Woods and Elin Nordegren.

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  • New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning is still divorced from his helmet. Well, actually, more like separated since we know they will get back together between now and Saturday when the Giants play the Baltimore Ravens in a preseason game. Manning, however, is back to practice for the Giants.
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  • Center Nick Mangold and the New York Jets are unlikely to be getting divorced any time soon, since the sides have agreed to a lengthy, rich contract extension. Now, the question for Jets fans is when will the team and Darrelle Revis reconcile.
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  • Jose Bautista of the Toronto Blue Jays separated the New York Yankees from the idea of winning -- and sole possession of first place in the AL East -- Monday night with a pair of home runs as Toronto won, 3-2.
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  • Jerome Jordan and the New York Knicks won't get married at all. Jordan, a second-round pick has left the Knicks at the altar to play in Serbia. 
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  • Finally, it looks like Ilya Kovalchuk and the New Jersey Devils are back at the altar. They already tried to get married once, but the NHL annulled their vows. Let's see if they have better luck this time.
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