Tyler Thigpen

Gailey Has The Jets Offense Roaring

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — Chan Gailey spent the past two years at home in the hills of Georgia, about as far from an NFL sideline as he could be.

He spent nearly 40 years coaching at different levels — but was ready to move on. After being fired as head coach of the Buffalo Bills after the 2012 season, Gailey called it a career.

"I completely thought I would not coach again," Gailey said Wednesday.

He spent Sunday afternoons on the golf course during the NFL season, taking in an occasional game on TV on Monday or Thursday nights.

"But I didn't watch it much," Gailey said. "I really didn't."

Yet, here he is with the New York Jets,...