Rex Ryan is having an offseason to forget. In his quest to put this year behind him, however, it appears that he failed to follow all the proper rules of the road.
The New York Jets’ head coach wrecked his red Mustang in a three-car crash last Monday, according to Deadspin, after running a red light in Bethlehem, Pa.
According to Deadspin’s police source, Ryan ran a red light on Jan. 14 at the corner of West 3rd and Wyandotte Street in Bethlehem. Ryan reportedly crashed into another car, which in turn collided with a third.
“”It’s a blind hill to some degree,” a police source described to Deadspin’s Dom Cosentino.
There were no injuries to report at the scene, and Ryan told police that he wasn’t speeding. And while it’s unclear if Ryan was given a citation for the wreck, one thing is certain — a three-car pileup is nothing compared to what the Jets coach dealt with all season long at work.