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"My only goal is to heal quickly and get back to playing with my teammates so I can be the best QB possible for the NY Jets,” Smith said in a statement.

Smith has no credence. What the hell has he accomplished on the field but garner a huge paycheck.
Worthless. And so is his comment about Ryan.

Asked if he is concerned for McAdoo, Pierre-Paul said, “I got four more games to go and I’m gonna play the best I can for these four games. That’s all I’m concerned about.’’

But I have a lot of respect for Eli and saying, hey man, either I'm good enough to be your quarterback, --I'm the guy that's won two Super Bowls with you, Manning family royalty, the quarterback position-- If I'm not good enough to start, let me pull the rug out from underneath you, throw Geno out there, maybe you'll appreciate me.

And for anyone who’s ever had a roast pork sandwich at DiNic’s, you can appreciate the distinction. It is one insanely delicious sandwich.

Between the many Vetri restaurants, Le Virtù/Brigantessa, our many BYOBs (Zeppoli and Melograno), and the new Wm. Mulherin's Sons, we have some of the best modern and authentic Italian cooking in America. But the proud Italian American tradition, steeped in the "red gravy" pots of South Philly since the 1800s, remains part of our DNA. Two of the country's oldest Italian restaurants - Ralph's and Dante & Luigi's - exude genuine Old World charm. But for food, my two favorites are elsewhere. Head to the Italian Market for the DeLuca family's Villa di Roma (936 S. Ninth St.), where the dining room feels like a 1960s time capsule and the old favorites - meatballs, fried asparagus in scampi butter, ziti Francis, veal Parmesan stuffed with an extra layer of eggplant - are still handmade by family with care. For a midday adventure, head over to charming Mr. Joe's Cafe (1514 S. Eighth St.), the luncheonette where on Fridays in the fall you may catch Temple University football coaches eating lucky bowls of scrippelle soup and gnocchi with braciola for their weekly pregame ritual meal.

A General Motors diesel locomotive produced in November 1960 got its start on the New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad and has been pulling cars on for the Naugatuck Railroad since 2002. Engineer Howard Pincus takes us inside the cab.

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