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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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  • Behind Enemy Lines: Depleted Jets secondary opens opportunity for Bears receivers

    As the Bears prepare for their second straight road game, this time to the east coast, we asked Manish Mehta, the Jets beat writer for the New York Daily News, for his candid personal scouting report. Here are four things you need to know about the Jets...
  • Ha Ha Clinton-Dix ready to show Jets, Rex Ryan what he can do

    Ha Ha Clinton-Dix ready to show Jets, Rex Ryan what he can do
    Word travels fast. Standing at his locker, Ha Ha Clinton-Dix hardly blinks when N.Y. Jets coach Rex Ryan's one-liner is repeated. At No. 18 overall, the Jets had their pick of Clinton-Dix or Calvin Pryor. "I took the guy who will knock your face in,"...
  • Jets coach Ryan stands behind Holmes

    Jets coach Ryan stands behind Holmes
    If Santonio Holmes’ four seasons as a Jets receiver were sometimes cast as turbulent, he has at least one fan who will offer a warm welcome Monday night in New Jersey when the Bears visit MetLife Stadium. Jets coach Rex Ryan still counts himself...
  • Fantasy lineup for Week 2: Expect Jordy Nelson to rebound

    Fantasy lineup for Week 2: Expect Jordy Nelson to rebound
    If you lost, don't panic. If you won, don't gloat. It's Week 2 of fantasy football: redemption or retribution could be at hand. I don't have to tell you Week 2 is critical. You can pawn off your lineup mistakes from the season opener on new players...
  • Lafayette learns lessons on penalties by doing push-ups

    Lafayette learns lessons on penalties by doing push-ups
    Lafayette football coach Frank Tavani and offensive line coach Stan Clayton were visiting the New York Jets at one of their OTA practices earlier this year. Tavani was talking with Jets owner Robert Wood "Woody" Johnson when all of a sudden Johnson...
  • NFL 2014 preview: Patriots remain top team in AFC East

    The Patriots once again will be the beast in the AFC East as long as their dynamic duo of Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski stays healthy and productive. The Dolphins are looking good for second place in the division unless Rex Ryan and the Jets can overcome...
  • Bears will name their 5 captains game by game

     Bears will name their 5 captains game by game
    Bears coach Marc Trestman and his staff will name team captains on a game-by-game basis instead of selecting them to serve for the entire season. "We have a lot of guys deserving," Trestman said after practice Friday. "There are not only leaders, but...
  • For first-year NFL coaches, the time to succeed is now ... not later

    For first-year NFL coaches, the time to succeed is now ... not later
    More than ever, NFL owners are long on expectations and short on patience with new coaches. And can you blame them? Consider the success last year's new coaches had, with Philadelphia's Chip Kelly, Kansas City's Andy Reid and San Diego's Mike McCoy...
  • Jets: Offensive on defense; defensive about offense

    When discussing his offense for 2014, New York Jets coach Rex Ryan puts up a brave front, although a few decibels lower than he did with such bravado in recent years. When discussing his defense for 2014, well, it is more like a whisper that, on...
  • On The Fly: Honoring The Captain, Getting Nervous In Foxborough

    Derek Jeter, who was a kid in helping the Yankees to the World Series title in 1996, is now a man, an old man by baseball standards. He made his official goodbye at Yankee Stadium on Sunday. He said, "I've had the greatest job in the world. I've had a...
  • Unable To Work Out A Trade, Jets Release Stephen Hill

    Unable To Work Out A Trade, Jets Release Stephen Hill
    The New York Jets released wide receiver Stephen Hill on Saturday after they were unable to trade him. Hill was a second-round draft pick in 2012. He struggled over two seasons, making just 24 catches for 342 yards with one touchdown his rookie year...