Found January 18, 2013 on Pro Sports Daily:
Former Dallas Cowboys defensive coordinator Rob Ryan will meet this weekend in St. Louis with the Rams about their open coordinator position, according to multiple reports Friday. Ryan was fired by Cowboys owner Jerry Jones on Jan. 8 after Dallas finished 8-8 in 2012. The Rams are looking to replace a group of assistants that filled in last season for defensive coordinator Greg Williams, who was suspended by the NFL because of his role in the New Orleans Saints' bounty scandal before coming to the Rams last January. The team announced earlier this month that Williams wouldn't return next season. St. Louis finished the 2012 season ranked 14th in total defense. Ryan, meanwhile, boasted after his firing in Dallas that he would be "out of work for like five minutes." His last Cowboys unit finished 19th in total defense.
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