JETS CORNERBACK Justin Miller did not have a good weekend.

According to an ESPN report, Miller was

arrested about 4:20 a.m. yesterday after he

allegedly punched a woman outside a New York City nightspot. There are a couple of

versions concerning the incident.

ESPN reported that police said Miller took

a swing at a man, and hit the woman after the man ducked. Ouch.

According to the New York Daily News, Miller's attorney, Aaron Wallenstein, said the woman

attacked Miller and the player defended himself.

In both reports, Miller - who was named the league's fastest man at February's Pro Bowl - ran from the scene. A police cruiser, however, was a tad speedier than Miller and caught up to him a block away.

No matter which version is correct, Miller's problems are just beginning. He faces third-degree assault charges, and the Jets are expected to get the league involved.

"We are in the process of gathering information, and have notified the commissioner - in light of the NFL's new conduct policy," the team said in a statement.

Price is right

If you have sports memorabilia stashed around the house, you might want to get it appraised after what happened at an auction Saturday at Lelands in Seaford, N.Y.

If you have sports memorabilia stashed around the house, you might want to get it appraised after what happened at an auction Saturday at Lelands in Seaford, N.Y.

Mickey Mantle's 1960

home jersey sold for $101,410. To put that in perspective, consider that he only made about $40,000 that season. Boxing gloves worn by Muhammad Ali went for $47,824. Sugar Ray Robinson's robe from his first pro fight was a knockout at $32,664. And someone forked over $28,934 for a baseball signed by Roberto Clemente.

Hmm. Wonder how much we'd get for our Clay Dalrymple catcher's mitt? *

- Tom Mahon