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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: For Ryan, Just A Short Move Upstate

    On The Fly: For Ryan, Just A Short Move Upstate
    Rex Ryan moved to upstate New York Monday, trading the futility of coaching the Jets for perhaps a similar futility of coaching the Bills, who have not made the playoffs in the past 15 years and have cycled through six head coaches during that time. The...
  • Jets to interview Bowles again, to meet with McDermott

    Jets to interview Bowles again, to meet with McDermott
    NEW YORK (AP) — The New York Jets have scheduled a second interview with Arizona Cardinals defensive coordinator Todd Bowles for their head coaching vacancy. The Jets are also meeting with Carolina Panthers defensive coordinator Sean McDermott...
  • College football title on line tonight between Oregon and Ohio State

    College football title on line tonight between Oregon and Ohio State
    Oregon and Ohio State square off tonight in the inaugural College Football Playoff championship game in Dallas ... Two years removed from his last game as the Ducks coach, Eagles coach Chip Kelly's fingerprints are all over the program ... Phantoms goalie...
  • Bills officially announce Rex Ryan hired as coach

    Bills officially announce Rex Ryan hired as coach
    ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- Rex Ryan is officially going from Broadway to Buffalo. The Bills announced in a news release Monday that Ryan has been hired to take over as coach. The news came a day after the former New York Jets coach tentatively accepted the...
  • Rex Ryan named coach of the Buffalo Bills

    Rex Ryan named coach of the Buffalo Bills
    Despite four consecutive non-winning seasons with the New York Jets, Rex Ryan's NFL coaching days are far from over. Ryan was named the new coach of the Buffalo Bills on Monday. NFL.com reported on Sunday that Ryan's five-year deal would include him...
  • 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...
  • 37-year-old Ryan Pace seems like good choice for Bears in the long run

    37-year-old Ryan Pace seems like good choice for Bears in the long run
    While interviewing Wednesday to become the Bears general manager, Ryan Pace answered a question about his favorite hobby. "When Ryan said triathlons and started describing the Ironman in Austria he just completed (in June), he said the Bears guys just...
  • Ravens Q&A with Mike Preston

    Ravens Q&A with Mike Preston
    The Ravens are coming off a 30-17 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers in the AFC wild-card round, and they visit the New England Patriots for a divisional playoff game Saturday. As he does each week, columnist Mike Preston took a handful of reader...
  • 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...
  • Mike Tannenbaum praises Joe Philbin, uncertain about Mike Wallace's future

    Mike Tannenbaum praises Joe Philbin, uncertain about Mike Wallace's future
    Mike Tannenbaum compared his new role as the Miami Dolphins' executive vice president of football operations to being a point guard on a basketball team. He was hired by owner Steve Ross as his point man, where his role is to set everyone on the team up...
  • 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...