Found January 03, 2012 on MSNBC:
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Jerry Jones expects Rob Ryan to return

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said he expects defensive coordinator Rob Ryan to return next season. That's both good news and bad for the Cowboys. It's good news because Ryan impressed Jones enough in his first season to retain him. It's bad news because Ryan didn't impress anyone else enough to be in the mix for a head coaching job, at least so far. Under Ryan, the...

Jerry Expects Rob Ryan Back In '12

It appears that Rob Ryan will be back at the helm of the Cowboys’ defense in 2012. Clarence Hill of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reported yesterday that owner and general manager Jerry Jones, in a recent radio appearance on 105.3 The Fan, said that he expects Ryan to return for a second season. Hill doesn’t specify exactly what Jones said, but we do know it was a vote of confidence...

Jerry Jones expects Rob Ryan back next season

Jerry Jones said several times as the end of the season approached that Jason Garrett wouldn’t be fired as head coach, but he never addressed Rob Ryan’s status as defensive coordinator. Ryan’s first season in Dallas wasn’t a great success. Sunday night’s 31-14 loss to the Giants was the last of several bad games for…

How far has Ryan’s stock dropped?

Rob Ryan has made it clear he’d jump at the chance to become a head coach. But so far the bombastic Cowboys defensive coordinator hasn’t been linked to any of the five openings in the NFL: Jacksonville, Kansas City, Miami, St. Louis and Tampa Bay. Speaking at his season-ending news conference Monday, Jason Garrett endorsed Ryan. “If Rob has an opportunity to go be a head...

The Fifth Down: Giants Go From Facing Rex Ryan to Rob Ryan to Matt Ryan

After beating the Jets and the Cowboys, the Giants open the playoffs against the Falcons and their star quarterback.

Cruz Control

Rob Ryan promised Eli Manning wouldn't have another 400-yard passing day, and he was right. But, the fact is the Giants quarterback could've if he wanted it.

Giants have to beat another Ryan — Falcons’ Matt Ryan

The Giants will have to beat yet another Ryan to keep their season alive. After dispatching Rex Ryan and his twin brother Rob Ryan the past two weeks just to get into the playoffs, Big Blue now is tasked with sending Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan — no relation — home for good...

Lee Looking Forward To Uninterrupted Offseason

Well, if nothing else positive can be said for the Dallas Cowboys’ 2011 season, we can say this with confidence: This season, Dallas discovered they’d scored a mighty fine linebacker in the second round of the 2010 draft, in Sean Lee--or, as they said at the time of the draft, that Lee is a first round talent. In a season that saw a disappointing showing from Rob Ryan’s newly...

2011 NFL -- Parting Thoughts

Wow. Rex Ryan, what a clown (surpassed perhaps only by his brother and Cowboys' defensive coordinator Rob Ryan). As a regular sports radio listener for hours a day in New York City, I can tell you that Rex Ryan is getting killed up here right now. I mean, you can't go two callers without someone ranting like mad about all of Rex's bravado, his phony predictions, the...

Kevin Gilbride gets his revenge

It was almost 18 years and one awesome moustache ago. Buddy Ryan took a swing at his fellow coach Kevin Gilbride. Over the last two weeks, Gilbride swung back. The Giants offensive coordinator helped end the season for Rex Ryan’s Jets last week and Rob Ryan’s Cowboys on Sunday night. It was certainly on some Giants’…
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