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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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  • Jets fire coach Rex Ryan, GM John Idzik

    Jets fire coach Rex Ryan, GM John Idzik
    Four straight seasons out of the playoffs was enough for New York Jets owner Woody Johnson, who fired head coach Rex Ryan and general manager John Idzik on Monday, a day after the team finished 4-12. Ryan met privately with the owner before 8 a.m. ET...
  • Hyde: Questions for Philbin all the way to the finish

    Hyde: Questions for Philbin all the way to the finish
    Just when you thought Sunday couldn't get any worse, when you thought the Dolphins' finale couldn't smell any more, there was Mike Wallace standing in full anger in the post-game locker room. It got worse, folks. It smelled more. Down the hall in the...
  • As NFL Season Ends, Maneuvering Begins

    As NFL Season Ends, Maneuvering Begins
    FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — The games ended Sunday and now the games begin. Rex Ryan? Presumed to be gone. Tom Coughlin? Presumed not to be gone. Bill Belichick? Presumed to be OK after a postgame visit with Patriots trainers and a doctor. The Patriots'...
  • Hyde10: Ten thoughts on Jets 37, Dolphins 24

    Hyde10: Ten thoughts on Jets 37, Dolphins 24
    What a lousy way to end a lousy season. Outsmarted by a fake punt. That's what finally sent the Dolphins to a season-ending, 37-24 loss to the Jets and any sense of feel-good into the off-season. The Dolphins' special teams had set a record of six...
  • NFL's Black Monday: Four Coaches Out; Jets Ax Rex Ryan, GM John Idzik

    NFL's Black Monday: Four Coaches Out; Jets Ax Rex Ryan, GM John Idzik
    The day that has become known as "Black Monday" in the NFL as owners take the opportunity to make coaching changes, got off to a fast and furious start. Four coaches and two GMs out already. News so far: Jets Rex Ryan, John Idzik out: Four straight...
  • Black Monday costs Ryan, Idzik, three others their jobs

    Black Monday costs Ryan, Idzik, three others their jobs
    As expected, New York Jets coach Rex Ryan as well as general manager John Idzik were fired Monday. Other Black Monday victims in the NFL include Chicago coach Marc Trestman and Bears general manager Phil Emey, and Falcons coach Mike Smith. … In...
  • Ravens offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak on Jets' list of candidates to interview, source says

    Ravens offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak on Jets' list of candidates to interview, source says
    Ravens offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak is among the head coaching candidates the New York Jets have requested to interview, according to a source with knowledge of the Jets' plans. The Jets fired head coach and former Ravens defensive coordinator...
  • Jets request permission to interview Eric DeCosta, unclear if he'll meet with them, sources say

    Jets request permission to interview Eric DeCosta, unclear if he'll meet with them, sources say
    The New York Jets have put in a formal request to interview highly regarded Ravens assistant general manager Eric DeCosta for their general manager vacancy, according to sources with knowledge of the situation. It's unclear, though, if DeCosta will...
  • Hyde5: Did Ross see no better option than Philbin?

    Hyde5: Did Ross see no better option than Philbin?
    1. Last week, I wrote a column that began with a story about H. Wayne Huizenga wanting to replace Dave Wannstedt after the 2003 season. The problem was he couldn't find a good candidate to replace him. So Wannstedt returned and the problems didn't go...
  • Hyde5: Five important questions on Tannenbaum hire

    Hyde5: Five important questions on Tannenbaum hire
    It would be nice if the Dolphins made January news on the field, for once, rather than annually doing it off the field. It wasn't a coaching or general managerial shuffle this time. They added Mike Tannenbaum to the football power structure in a move...
  • Bills owner 'convinced' Richie Incognito can overcome troubled past

    Bills owner 'convinced' Richie Incognito can overcome troubled past
    Buffalo Bills owner Terry Pegula said Monday he and several other top members of the organization met with controversial guard Richie Incognito before agreeing to sign the player at the center of the Miami Dolphins' 2013 bullying scandal. "I...