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Rex Ryan

Rex Ryan
Rex Ryan signs a four-year deal, reportedly worth $11.6 million, to become New York Jets new head coach. Ryan replaces fired Eric Mangini.
Rex Ryan signs a four-year deal, reportedly worth $11.6 million, to become New York Jets new head coach. Ryan replaces fired Eric Mangini. « Show less

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  • 37-year-old Ryan Pace seems like good choice for Bears in the long run

    37-year-old Ryan Pace seems like good choice for Bears in the long run
    While interviewing Wednesday to become the Bears general manager, Ryan Pace answered a question about his favorite hobby. "When Ryan said triathlons and started describing the Ironman in Austria he just completed (in June), he said the Bears guys just...
  • Ravens Q&A with Mike Preston

    Ravens Q&A with Mike Preston
    The Ravens are coming off a 30-17 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers in the AFC wild-card round, and they visit the New England Patriots for a divisional playoff game Saturday. As he does each week, columnist Mike Preston took a handful of reader...
  • Jets-Titans game has certain bizarre symmetry

    For the New York Jets, today's game against the Tennessee Titans will be like looking into a mirror — a cracked funhouse mirror, perhaps, but a mirror nonetheless. The Jets and Titans are two of the five 2-11 teams vying for the first pick in next...
  • Jets Rally To Beat Titans In Meeting Of 2-11 Teams

    Jets Rally To Beat Titans In Meeting Of 2-11 Teams
    NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The New York Jets won and the Tennessee Titans improved their draft position. Running back Chris Ivory's 1-yard run with 3:09 left gave New York a come-from-behind 16-11 win Sunday at LP Field in a battle of 2-11 teams. The Jets...
  • Jets rally past Titans 16-11

    By Bucky Dent, The Sports Xchange NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Fans of the New York Jets might have been rooting for a loss Sunday to improve their team's chances of claiming the top overall pick in April's NFL Draft. Coach Rex Ryan could not have cared...
  • The 9-step process for Dolphins to still make playoffs

    The 9-step process for Dolphins to still make playoffs
    Well, I’ve done it! I’ve mapped the miracle! I’ve figured how the Dolphins can defy the odds, save this era and make the playoffs in one, simple, nine-step process (with the help of ESPN's playoff machine). Ready? 1. The Dolphins...
  • All is not lost! Nine simple (work with me) steps to Dolphins playoffs

    All is not lost! Nine simple (work with me) steps to Dolphins playoffs
    Well, I've done it! I've clutched at straws! I've mapped a miracle! Rather than pummel the Dolphins with more bruising adjectives, I've charted how they can shock the world, defy all odds and save Joe Philbin by still making the playoffs. All it'll take...
  • Hyde: End of the Philbin Era is coming

    Hyde: End of the Philbin Era is coming
    At the end of another Sunday that couldn't end soon enough, Steve Ross walked out of the loser's locker room, just as he has at Gillette Stadium all six times as Dolphins owner. He buttoned his jacket against the cold, turned left down a hallway with...
  • On The Fly: Shabazz Having Some Problems In Miami

    On The Fly: Shabazz Having Some Problems In Miami
    NBA writer Ira Winderman of the South Florida Sun Sentinel on former UConn player Shabazz Napier, sent to the D-League recently but called right back up by the Miami Heat because of injuries: "He can still make plays, but he's really struggling keeping...
  • NFL coaching changes not always the answer

    The Sports Xchange By Ira Miller, The Sports Xchange NFL coaching changes not always the answer Here we go again, about to embark on that annual exercise in which NFL team owners perform the equivalent of re-arranging the deck chairs on the Titanic...
  • Ryan Seems To Have Softened, Has Respect For Belichick, Pats

    Rex Ryan had yet to coach a game on the Jets' sideline when he stepped into the middle of the Boston-New York rivalry. In a June 2009 interview on WFAN, Ryan said he did not come to New York to "kiss Bill Belichick's, you know, rings. I came to win....