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The Jet Press:
When New York Jets safety Jim Leonhard fractured his right leg last year, head coach Rex Ryan made a promise to Leonard’s wife, Katie; no undue risk would be taken with regards to Leonhard. That meant, no more punt returns.
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FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- Rex Ryan told Jim Leonhard's wife, Katie, earlier this season that she had nothing to worry about, assuring her that Leonhard's days as a punt returner were finished.
Uh oh! Looks like Rex Ryan better send some flowers to the Leonhard household! Ryan might have been forced to take a verbal thrashing from Jim Leonhard’s wife Katie because of a promise he’d made to her earlier in the year.
Via Rod Boone of Newsday …
Rex Ryan told Jim Leonhard’s wife, Katie, earlier this season that she had nothing to worry about, assuring her that Leonhard’s...
In the AFC, four teams have three losses, no teams have four losses, and five teams have five losses. Six of those nine teams will get to the playoffs. Three won’t. The Jets are one of the five 7-5 teams. Maybe they’ll make it, maybe they won’t. Coach Rex Ryan has an observation to make,…
How’s this for a test.
After New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez was booed during introductions before the Buffalo Bills game a few weeks back, head coach Rex Ryan is daring Jets fans to do it again.
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Rex Ryan commented earlier this week that he felt comfortable with safety Jim Leonhard returning punts after rookie wide receiver Jeremy Kerley muffed a punt upon his return from a sprained MCL. Despite Leonhard being the DPR (Designated Punt Returner), Kerley is hopeful he can return to the coaches’ good graces, particularly Weshoff’s.
Jets rookie Jeremy Kerley remained optimistic...
I ask Rex Ryan about where the Jets are right now, which means 7-5, not in the playoffs yet, probably needing to get to 10 wins and maybe to 11. Ryan says, “Don’t worry, we’ll take our swing.”
Jets head coach Rex Ryan isn't afraid to speak his mind. Sometimes it gets him in trouble, but it appeals to his players, and they usually respond. Ultimately, that's all that matters. He's taken New York to the AFC Championship game in each of the last two seasons, and he's done it while proving to be a thorn in the side of the Patriots and Bill Belichick.
Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez has been booed at home a few times this season, and with good reason. But Jets coach Rex Ryan thinks that’s about to change. Ryan said that with the Jets having no margin for error against the Chiefs at home on Sunday, Jets fans will show their support. And he said…
Judy Battista, the N.F.L. reporter for The Times, answers questions from readers.
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — It isn't often that words of wisdom can be gleaned from 'The Office,' but the long-running sitcom perhaps provides some good cautionary words for the New York Jets right about now.
On Wednesday afternoon, head coach Rex Ryan confirmed that consultant Tom Moore will join the Jets for the rest of the season and will not telecommute as the team'...
FLORHAM PARK-Brandon Moore was on the practice field today, but that was the only difference between Wednesday and Thursday when he didn’t appear at all. He stood off to the side wearing sweat pants, a sweat shirt and a knit cap.
Moore is officially listed as questionable for Sunday, but according to him, he will play. Rex Ryan also seemed fairly confident that Moore would be...
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