New England’s offensive coordinator says he’s happy where he is, but at least one NFL team is seriously interested in interviewing him.
The Cleveland Browns had so much hype going into the season and they appeared to be proving themselves in the early and middle portions of the season. Then, the final month of the season arrived and it was a complete and total collapse. 2014 was a year full of controversy, suspensions, injuries, hype, and false hopes.
Seven head coaches are leading new teams this year. Three of those coaches have had experience and are with new organizations, while four will man the position for the first time.
Add yet another chapter to the long-running saga that is the Jets-Patriots rivalry. But, here’s a new twist: Rex Ryan actually defended Bill Belichick. Wait. Say what?
Rex Ryan and his playbook were first up on the discussion docket, this after said playbook may or may not have fallen into enemy hands up in New England.
Former Jets defensive coordinator and current Cleveland Browns head coach Mike Pettine has a theory many Gang Green supporters aren’t going to like.
Pettine, who worked with Ryan in Baltimore for seven years before spending the last four together in New York.
Rex Ryan is taking control of his defense once again. He’ll “make the calls” on the field this season and is planning to be more hands-on during defensive meetings.
Newly-hired New York Jets offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg said Sanchez will probably have “just a little bit of a leg up” in any quarterback competition the team has this offseason.
John Idzik will try to turn things around for the troubled New York Jets. Woody Johnson believes he’s up to the massive task.
“Rex (Ryan) and I are like brothers, brothers that fight a lot,” Pettine said
Jets fans and reporters won’t shut up about how Tuesday’s press conference in Florham Park was this big abomination, this major embarrassment, this exhibition in deception and false understanding. It was none of those things.
Rex Ryan wished outgoing defensive coordinator Mike Pettine “all the best” on Tuesday — “unless he goes to Buffalo.” Guess what, Rex?
They promised it’s all going to change. The Jets are not going to be bullied anymore. How? They’ll figure it out as they go.
The Jets announced the firing of offensive coordinator Tony Sparano during Tuesday’s much-anticipated press conference.