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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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  • TV Reporter Says She's Not Too Sexy for Jets

    TV Reporter Says She's Not Too Sexy for Jets
    "Everyone started to make jokes about me," said curvy TV reporter, Ines Sainz--a sports correspondent for Mexico's Azteca Television--as she recounted her embarrassing moments inside the New York Jets locker room this past Saturday, while waiting to...
  • Game 1: Ravens stifle Jets in 10-9 win

    Game 1: Ravens stifle Jets in 10-9 win
    The Ravens responded to the New York Jets' rhetoric with resiliency. Overcoming turnovers and capitalizing on penalties, the Ravens wrestled out a season-opening 10-9 victory over the Jets before 78,127 at New Meadowlands Stadium. A less-than-full-...
  • Baltimore Sun staff predictions for the 2010 NFL season

    Baltimore Sun staff predictions for the 2010 NFL season
    Kevin Cowherd Super Bowl champion: Colts AFC championship game: Colts NFC championship game: Packers AFC division playoffs: Ravens, Colts NFC division playoffs: Packers, 49ers AFC wild-card playoffs: Bengals, Texans NFC wild-card playoffs: Vikings,...
  • Rex Ryan avoids making guarantees

    Rex Ryan avoids making guarantees
    Bombastic New York Jets coach and former Ravens defensive coordinator Rex Ryan was the talk of the combine last year when he guaranteed that his team was going to win the Super Bowl. Standing in the same room today, about a month and a half after his team...
  • Steady Stover booted his way into the hearts of Ravens fans

    Steady Stover booted his way into the hearts of Ravens fans
    If Ray Lewis is the face of the Ravens, and their heart and soul, Matt Stover is the franchise’s right foot. He tagged along with the Ravens when they moved to Baltimore from Cleveland. His big kicks carried them to the Super Bowl in 2000. And he...
  • 2012 NFL free agency primer: the linebackers

    2012 NFL free agency primer: the linebackers
    Unless you count Mario Williams, a defensive end who can also play outside linebacker in a 3-4 defense, there won’t be any marquee linebackers available in free agency this offseason. But there are a handful of solid starters -- including a pair...
  • Derrick Mason spurns the Ravens for the Jets

    Derrick Mason spurns the Ravens for the Jets
    Hours after his former Ravens teammates said they would welcome his return, wide receiver Derrick Mason shocked them by announcing he would sign with the New York Jets. Mason, 37, is the Ravens' all-time leader in receptions and receiving yards. The...
  • Ryan Says Foot Fetish Videos Are 'Personal Matter,' Doesn't Deny Participation

    Ryan Says Foot Fetish Videos Are 'Personal Matter,' Doesn't Deny Participation
    A somber, subdued Rex Ryan took to his weekly briefing at the Jets practice facility in Florham Park Wednesday and was met with an onslaught of questioning regarding his connection with a series of fetish videos that apparently feature his own wife. "Did...
  • Two potential internal replacements for Pagano

    Two potential internal replacements for Pagano
    The Ravens have a long history of promoting their defensive coordinators from within. Mike Nolan replaced Marvin Lewis. Rex Ryan replaced Nolan. Greg Mattison replaced Ryan. And Chuck Pagano replaced Mattison. Now that Pagano is leaving the Ravens...
  • Kubiak: Mason addition had nothing to do with Ravens

    Kubiak: Mason addition had nothing to do with Ravens
    Derrick Mason played six seasons for the Ravens, and he also saw them just two weeks ago while he was with the New York Jets. That prompted the obvious question to Houston Texans coach Gary Kubiak on whether the decision to acquire the veteran receiver...
  • No room for Mason's big mouth in NYC

    No room for Mason's big mouth in NYC
    Jets wide receiver Derrick Mason's short stay in New York basically ended Sunday when he was replaced by rookie Jeremy Kerely, who hauled in several passes in New York's loss to New England. Not only was Kerely more impressive and younger than Mason,...