Found August 11, 2012 on
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Cincinnati Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis and Jets head coach Rex Ryan know one another from their days with the Ravens.
Lewis called Ryan on Friday morning to ask him to not use the wildcat during last night’s game. I’m not sure if Lewis made the request because quarterback Tim Tebow had a rushing touchdown in Cincinnati two years ago when he was with the Broncos. But none the less, Lewis made the request.
“Ryan received a call at 7 in the morning the day before the game from Bengals coach Marvin Lewis, who was on the same staff with Ryan in Baltimore, with a plea: Don’t run the Wildcat with Tebow,” reported to the New York Daily News.
While Tebow didn’t have a great game throwing the ball, he was effective on the ground with four carries for 34 yards. Maybe that’s why Lewis asked Ryan to not use the wildcat.
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Rex Ryan has dropped over 100 pounds thanks to successful lap band surgery, so he decided to show off his new svelte physique with an hilarious “I’d Hit That” t-shirt while getting photographed standing next to a very cute blonde. His teeth look stunningly white as well, but that’s probably less a product of having them whitened, and more to the fact that they aren’t...
If there’s one thing we know about Rex Ryan, it’s that he always keeps it classy — always. As you can see from the photo above that Twitter user @AlexMarroquin8 shared on Friday, Ryan recently went out in public wearing a shirt that read “I’d hit that” across the front. Of course, the shirt is a direct reference to the game of baseball and has no hidden meaning whatsoever...
Thanks to our friends at Kissing Suzy Kolber for relaying a tweet from @AlexMarroquin8 featuring Rex Ryan in his ‘I’d Hit That’ t-shirt. It looks like a recent photo since Rex looks like he has AIDS and is dying. Alex isn’t exactly saying what bar this came from.
Now, while everyone is freaking out over how hot the chick is, we’re saying she’s a hard 6.5. Good smile...
With the New York Jets first preseason game just on the horizon, Rex Ryan is eager to unveil a retooled Gang Green squad
I don’t care how many procedures you have done to shrink your stomach. No matter what hipster chain or Abercombie and Fitch t-shirt. You’re still a gross and vile person, Rex.
PS – If you meet Rex Ryan you definitely ask him to sign your feet, right?
Coach Rex Ryan says safety Eric Smith is ''day-to-day'' with a sprained knee ligament, and doesn't anticipate the New York Jets signing a veteran at the position to offset Smith's absence.
Smith sprained the medial collateral ligament in his left knee Friday night in the preseason opener at Cincinnati. He also injured his hip, but tests showed no damage....
Rex Ryan is unsure if he'll have star cornerback Darrelle Revis back in the New York Jets' secondary when the team plays at Miami on Sunday.
Ryan says Monday that he doesn't think ''you can assume'' Revis will be ready to go against the Dolphins after suffering what the Jets called a ''mild concussion'' in the season opener against Buffalo...
Here we go once again. It’s preseason, 31 teams are preparing for the upcoming season, and then there is the New York Jets preparing to take their three-ring circus show on the road. The only thing missing so far this off-season is another one of those ridiculous Rex Ryan guarantees and the New York Jets signing Barnum and Bailey.
This whole fiasco started with the signing...
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CINCINNATI - For starters, four Bengals starters got hurt.
Preseason football is just the worst.
It's a necessary evil, though, and one of the best things the Bengals can say about their preseason opener Friday night vs. the Jets is they got through it and can move forward.
"My first thought is that we need to be a little crisper in the passing game," Bengals coach...
In 2011, for the third time in Marvin Lewis’ tenure, the Bengals made the postseason, but failed again to win their first playoff game since 1990. Nevertheless, the Bengals are a promising team with talent on both sides of the ball, as shocking and disturbing as that sentence is to write. Still reaping the benefits of the Carson Palmer trade, the team drafted well and replaced...