NEW YORK, N.Y. - The New York Jets might have a front-runner in their search for a general manager.The team scheduled a second interview with Houston director of college scouting Mike Maccagnan, the only GM candidate so far to receive a second meeting with the Jets. Maccagnan first met with owner Woody Johnson and consultants Charley Casserly and Ron Wolf on Monday.New York also interviewed Tampa Bay director of player personnel Jon Robinson, the seventh known candidate, on Thursday.The Jets have also spoken with Miami director of college scouting Chris Grier, Philadelphia director of pro personnel Rick Mueller, Seattle director of pro personnel Trent Kirchner, Cleveland executive chief of staff Bill Kuharich and Jets senior director of football administration Rod Graves.Johnson fired GM John Idzik, along with coach Rex Ryan, on Dec. 29 after the Jets completed a 4-12 season. The team is running concurrent searches as they seek to replace both Idzik and Ryan.Maccagnan has close ties to Casserly, who along with Wolf is assisting Johnson in running the searches. Maccagnan has been with the Texans since 2000, when Casserly — then Houstons general manager — hired him. Maccagnan also previously worked with Casserly in Washington, where he was a scout for the Redskins.He was promoted to director of college scouting for the Texans in 2011 after previously working as the assistant director of college scouting. Maccagnan also has spent time in the scouting and player personnel departments of the CFLs Ottawa Rough Riders and Saskatchewan Roughriders, and the World Leagues London Monarchs.The Jets had not yet set up any second interviews with their six known coaching candidates.They interviewed Arizona defensive co-ordinator Todd Bowles and San Diego offensive co-ordinator Frank Reich on Wednesday. New York has also interviewed Seattle defensive co-ordinator Dan Quinn and assistant head coach-offensive line coach Tom Cable, former Buffalo coach Doug Marrone and Anthony Lynn, who served as the Jets running backs coach and assistant head coach under Ryan.___AP NFL website: www.pro32.ap.org and www.twitter.com/AP_NFLCheap Ray Ban Wholesale . The Blue Jays lost to the New York Yankees 3-1 Tuesday night, their seventh defeat in 10 games. Rasmus was put on the 15-day DL on May 15 because of a sore right hamstring. Hes hitting .222 with nine home runs and 19 RBIs. Ray Ban China Wholesale . You can see all the action on TSN2 beginning at 7:30pm et/4:30pm pt. Chicago won two of three games during its stay at the United Center. The club began the homestand with a 5-1 win over Pittsburgh on March 1 and fell to Colorado on Tuesday before posting another blowout win in Thursdays tilt against Columbus. http://www.raybanwholesale.com/ .Y. -- AJ Allmendingers journey is almost complete. Ray Ban Wholesale . The Wizards gave up two seldom-used players — forward Jan Vesely and point guard Eric Maynor. Vesely goes to the Nuggets, while Maynor gets shipped to the 76ers. Philadelphia receives two second-round draft picks, one from the Wizards in 2015 and one from the Nuggets in 2016. Ray Ban Outlet Online TORONTO -- Catcher J.P. Arencibia was non-tendered by the Toronto Blue Jays on Monday night, making him a free agent. The move comes hours after Toronto signed free agent catcher Dioner Navarro to a two-year deal worth US$8 million. Arencibia had a .194 batting average last season with 21 home runs and 55 RBIs. The 27-year-old struck out 148 times in 2013, 15th most in Major League Baseball. Navarro hit .300 with a career-high 13 home runs in 89 games for the Chicago Cubs last season. He also had 34 runs batted in. The Blue Jays also tendered contracts to centre-fielder Colby Rasmus, all-star left-handed pitcher Brett Cecil and right-handed pitcher Esmil Rogers.dddddddddddd All three are arbitration eligible players. Rasmus hit .276 with 22 homers and 66 RBIs. He was also named the Blue Jays Wilson Defensive Player of the Year in 2013. Cecil had a 5-1 record in 60 appearances as a relief pitcher. He had a 2.82 earned-run average with 70 strikeouts and one save. Rogers began the season in Torontos bullpen, but then started 20 games as the Blue Jays rotation was riddled with injuries. He earned a 5-9 record over 44 games, striking out 96 with a 4.77 ERA. ' ' '