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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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  • On The Fly: Brady Giving MVP Award To Malcolm Butler

    On The Fly: Brady Giving MVP Award To Malcolm Butler
    Patriots quarterback Tom Brady says he wants to give the red 2015 Chevy Colorado truck he won as MVP of the Super Bowl to Malcolm Butler, who made the interception that sealed the deal for the Patriots. ... Though Butler made the big play, some people...
  • Jay Feely: Leadership lacking from Marc Trestman, Jay Cutler

    Jay Feely spent only a short time with the 2014 Bears, but it didn't take the well-traveled kicker long to identify what he perceived as a lack of leadership on the team. Feely, a 14-year NFL veteran who filled in for the injured Robbie Gould after...
  • Seahawks' assistant Dan Quinn finds 'right fit' in Atlanta as Falcons' new coach

    The Atlanta Falcons' long wait for new leadership on the field finally ended Monday when Seattle defensive coordinator Dan Quinn was named the team's coach. The Falcons said Quinn will be introduced at a news conference on Tuesday. Quinn replaces Mike...
  • Changing colors: Now with Bills, former Jets coach Rex Ryan updates tattoo from green to blue

    Rex Ryan's tattooed right arm went from Jets green to Bills blue. The recently hired Buffalo coach had the tattoo on his biceps updated to his new team's colors at a parlor in Scottsdale, Arizona, last Friday. The Wall Street Journal reported Monday...
  • Bears pick Adam Gase to be offensive coordinator

    John Fox’s push to fill out his Chicago Bears coaching staff took another big step forward Wednesday with the hiring of Adam Gase as offensive coordinator. Gase, who went through a formal interview for the position Wednesday at Halas Hall, will...
  • Former Bears OC Aaron Kromer, DC Mel Tucker find new jobs

    Former Bears OC Aaron Kromer, DC Mel Tucker find new jobs
    Former Bears offensive coordinator Aaron Kromer and defensive coordinator Mel Tucker weren't out of work for long. Kromer will join Rex Ryan's staff as the Bills offensive line coach. Kromer was fired from the Bears at the end of the season after he...
  • Falcons hire Seahawks DC Dan Quinn as next coach

    Falcons hire Seahawks DC Dan Quinn as next coach
    ATLANTA (AP) — The Atlanta Falcons' long wait for new leadership on the field finally ended Monday when Seattle defensive coordinator Dan Quinn was named the team's coach. The Falcons said Quinn will be introduced at a news conference on Tuesday....
  • Falcons agree to five-year deal with Dan Quinn for head coach

    Dan Quinn, who coached in Super Bowl XLIX as Seattle's defensive coordinator on Sunday, has agreed to a five-year contract to be the 16th head coach of the Atlanta Falcons on Monday. Quinn, who has mixture of college and pro coaching experience, felt the...
  • Falcons agree to 5-year deal with Seahawks' Dan Quinn: report

    Falcons agree to 5-year deal with Seahawks' Dan Quinn: report
    ATLANTA -- Seattle defensive coordinator Dan Quinn has agreed to a five-year deal to become the Atlanta Falcons coach, a person familiar with the negotiations said on Monday. The person spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because the...
  • Deflategate's New Wrinkle: Most Footballs Were Near The Minimum

    GLENDALE, Ariz. — New information on the NFL's investigation into the Patriots use of underinflated footballs surfaced just hours before the team kicked off against the Seahawks in Super Bowl XLIX. NFL Media's Ian Rapoport, citing multiple...
  • Deflategate? Trying To Gain An Edge Isn't Uncommon

    Cheating, getting an edge, pushing the boundaries, skirting the intent of a rule ... it only seems like the Patriots invented the art form. But it has been going on for years. Here's how in various sports, with contributions from Courant staff writers...