You thought the Patriots rivalry was interesting? Wait until the Jets face their old coach, Rex Ryan, and his Bills.
Rex Ryan says New York tight end Jace Amaro will get what’s coming to him when the Jets and Bills meet on the field.
Rex Ryan couldn’t resist offering Patriots quarterback Tom Brady a throwing tip. And the ever-outspoken Buffalo Bills new coach had much stronger words for his former player, Jets tight end Jace Amaro.
“Look, we weren’t perfect, and I never said we were going to be perfect,” Ryan said. “But that’s a f—ing B.S. comment.”
To a man the Jets loved Rex Ryan, but that doesn’t mean they all approved of everything he did. Count Jace Amaro among those who seemed to have a problem with how the former head coach doled out discipline.
“Woody Johnson — to me — will always be a friend of mine. He’s a guy that I respect. The man gave me a job when no one else (would).”
Harris, 31, will reportedly get $21.5 million, with $15 million guaranteed, over the next three years.
It appears Rex Ryan is ready to raid the Jets’ cupboard for players, just like he did coaches.
The trade for Cassel came on the heels of a blockbuster move the Bills agreed to Tuesday night, a deal with the Philadelphia Eagles to acquire running back LeSean McCoy
The good vibrations in Orchard Park, N.Y., were a bit tempered Wednesday when a report came out saying that stud tailback LeSean McCoy is is not happy with the trade that sent him to the Bills.
A person familiar with the deal says the Philadelphia Eagles have agreed to trade star running back LeSean McCoy for Buffalo Bills linebacker Kiko Alonso.
Has Rex Ryan beaten the Jets to the punch? It appears that the Buffalo Bills are negotiating to sign veteran free agent Josh McCown to address their long-standing needs at quarterback.
In the aftermath of the Jets’ disastrous 4-12 season that resulted in his firing, former general manager John Idzik disappeared from public view. But now it looks like he’s resurfaced, albeit 1,000 or so miles away.
The Jets are heading in a new direction, with a new front office and sideline hierarchy. But that doesn’t mean the decisions of the previous regime will be so easily forgotten.
The Bills are prepared to give Richie Incognito a second chance after the offensive guard’s career was derailed by the Miami Dolphins’ bullying scandal in 2013.