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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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  • GM Maccagnan Hopes To Use Trinity Education To Revamp Jets

    GM Maccagnan Hopes To Use Trinity Education To Revamp Jets
    FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — The headline writers at the New York tabloids figure to be heartbroken. On a Wednesday morning when they were having the time of their lives trumpeting the Patriots' deflated footballs controversy, the freak show that has been...
  • COLUMNIST: NFL's DeflateGate much ado about nothing

    COLUMNIST: NFL's DeflateGate much ado about nothing
    Sorry, folks, but I'm not biting on DeflateGate. The whole thing is asinine and overblown. It would be three paragraphs on Page B6 if it didn't involve the Patriots and their dastardly coach, that sneaky repeat offender Bill Belichick, leading into...
  • Jets Introduce Todd Bowles, Trinity's Mike Maccagnan As Coach, GM

    FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — No bold statements. No wild guarantees. Just two serious football guys from New Jersey aiming to turn the New York Jets' fortunes around. Coach Todd Bowles and general manager Mike Maccagnan presented a united front as a new...
  • Jaguars hire former Bills coach Doug Marrone as assistant head coach, offensive line coach

    Doug Marrone probably didn't envision this when he walked away from the Buffalo Bills last month. After interviewing for at least three NFL head coaching jobs, Marrone landed with the Jacksonville Jaguars as assistant head coach and offensive line...
  • On The Fly: Rex Ryan Staying In New York

    On The Fly: Rex Ryan Staying In New York
    Rex Ryan will reportedly be named coach of the Bills. That's good for the NFL. Is it good for the Bills? In six years as Jets coach, Ryan became one of the league's most likable, interesting characters. He brings personality to Sundays. But more often...
  • Dan Quinn's 2nd interview with Falcons goes 'very well'

    Dan Quinn's 2nd interview with Falcons goes 'very well'
    ATLANTA -- Seattle defensive coordinator Dan Quinn's second interview with the Falcons appears to have strengthened his chances of becoming Atlanta's next coach. Quinn's agent, Rick Smith, told The Associated Press that Monday's interview "went very...
  • Most of the NFL head coach openings went to defensive minds

    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — John Elway broke the mold. The Denver Broncos general manager bucked this year's trend when he hired his former backup QB and offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak as his head coach. Every other head coach vacancy that's been...
  • Dallas Cowboys reward Jason Garrett with a five-year deal

    Dallas Cowboys reward Jason Garrett with a five-year deal
    Dallas Coach Jason Garrett fielded questions about his shaky job security for two years before breaking through with the first trip to the playoffs for the Cowboys since 2009. Now he's all but guaranteed to have the second-longest coaching tenure for...
  • Jets close to hiring Todd Bowles as head coach

    Jets close to hiring Todd Bowles as head coach
    A person with knowledge of the situation says the New York Jets are close to an agreement with Arizona Cardinals Defensive Coordinator Todd Bowles to make him their head coach. Bowles told ESPN that he was taking the job, but the person told The...
  • Sideline Chatter: He fails when it comes to telling fact from fiction

    Let's just say Mark Jackson wasn't the quickest study in NBA history. "When I played for Rick Pitino in New York, he kept telling me I was the best point guard in the game," the ESPN commentator recounted during Wednesday's Blazers-Clippers telecast....
  • Gene Collier: NFL coaching carousel defies logic

    Here's a little game we like to call "In or Out?" because we tried and we can't think of a better name for it. "Up or Down?" probably would work. "Ketchup or Mustard?" would probably not. But we're wasting time, so c'mon, let's play "In or Out?" It's...