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The New York Daily News sports writer who reportedly had his New York Jets press credentials yanked for ‘stalking’ the general manager’s son has been cut from the team, The Post has learned.
“Manish Mehta is no longer with New York Daily News. Coverage of the Jets will continue uninterrupted,” said a spokesperson for the Tribune Publishing, which owns the Daily News.
Mehta could not be reached for comment. His @mmehtanydn twitter account, which had been working Thursday afternoon, no longer exists, according to Twitter.
Earlier this year, Mehta was banned from the New York Jets team’s facility and had his credentials revoked, leading to speculation that he was being punished for his harsh criticism of the team.
But Craig Carton of WFAN caused a stir last month when he said on his show that Mehta was banished for stalking Jets general manager’s Joe Douglas son.
Adding the intrigue, stories by Mehta with quotes from Jets press conferences continued to appear during the time he was reportedly banned.
And when writer Charles McDonald left the Daily News for USA Today last month he added to the mystery with a tweet suggesting he was being forced to do Mehta’s reporting. “USA today/for the win. getting back into more national coverage now that i’m not being used to hold up the façade that a certain jets writer still has access to the team.”
Sources told The Post McDonald’s tweet was a direct reference to Mehta.
Word of the separation started bubbling up Thursday afternoon. By early evening, the Daily News tweeted via its sports account that Mehta had been “removed” from covering the Jets.
“Manish Mehta has been removed from the New York Jets beat. Coverage of the team will continue uninterrupted,” according to the tweet.