Found January 14, 2012 on The Jets Blog:
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Rex Ryan defends Mark Sanchez [ESPN] Dolphins owner on Fisher decision: ‘I don’t feel any worse off’ [South Florida Sun-Sentinel] Jets try to explain Schotty mess [ESPN] Jets look to return to roots with addition of Sparano [Pro Football Weekly]
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