Born five minutes apart, Rex and Rob Ryan are inseparable. They’ve spent a lifetime together, playing, laughing, and fighting — sometimes with each other and often against anyone foolish enough to take them on.
From blitz packages to witty one-liners, Broncos defensive coordinator Don “Wink” Martindale borrows heavily from his mentor Rex Ryan.
The New York Jets are getting pretty good at dealing with distractions. After all, this is the same bunch that has been compared lately to a frat house.
Tony Dungy came away from his meeting with Rex Ryan “really, really liking” the brash New York Jets coach.
The New York Jets and hurly-burly coach Rex Ryan have been selling wince-worthy moments for months. There’s no chance they’re going to stop now.
The New York Jets were developing all the bona fides of a bust. Then, of course, the Jets stomp the Patriots and cruise to a 28-14 victory.
Good thing “Hard Knocks” has shut down for the season. Not even the most devoted Jets fans would want to relive what happened on a day that was supposed to deliver on Rex Ryan’s promises.
With NFL football so close you can practically taste it, Boomer was all kinds of fired-up this morning. Unfortunately, the Blonde Bomber was forced to put his excitement on hold.
By now, anyone with premium cable knows more about Rex Ryan and his band of merry Jets than they should. Fun stuff every week. So entertaining that it’s almost sad to see the preseason end.
With the season of Hard Knocks coming to an end and the regular season about to begin, Jets fan Jeff Capellini joined Neil Keefe to talk Hard Knocks and preview the 2010 Jets.
Rex Ryan strolled over to the stands, dozens of fans screaming his name. The New York Jets coach was getting the rock star treatment in the team’s return to Hofstra University on Wednesday night.
The Darrelle Revis contract situation took a strange turn with reports that the Jets’ holdout cornerback may be close to signing a new deal. Owner Woody Johnson refutes the claim.
Tom Brady says he won’t watch HBO’s “Hard Knocks” show featuring the New York Jets because he hates them.
Jets coach Rex Ryan has spoken with Tony Dungy “man-to-man” about the former NFL coach’s criticism of him for his use of profanity in HBO’s “Hard Knocks” series.
Jets coach Rex Ryan says Tony Dungy “unfairly judged me” when the former NFL coach criticized his use of profanity on the premiere episode of HBO’s “Hard Knocks.”