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To be an NFL head coach is to be someone who is overworked and underappreciated with little to no job security. In a league that has interpreted the catchphrase “win or go home” in a literal sense, NFL teams dump head coaches with the same frequency that Hollywood couples separate or divorce. Going into the
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Rex Ryan appeared to be working the sidelines early in Jets practice this week, but the sight of Ryan's pudge also had some people calling to mind reputations that Ryan and his referee friends may want to forget. Check out the winners of Friday's #NESNCaption Contest below. Craig Galloway Can I see your feet? Garrett Gaudette Are you guys here to officiate the hot dog contest...
An impressive display of strength in the weight room by New York Jets quarterback Tim Tebow recently caused head coach Rex Ryan to gush all over his strengthy manliness. Yes, I am aware– that strengthy is not a word, but when it comes to one Timothy Richard Tebow, rules go out the window, grammatically and [...]
Rex Ryan has a new physique, but his mindset remains the same. His goal is the Super Bowl. Ryan told The Dan Patrick Show the Jets' talent and youth gives him more confidence than ever before. "The depth is really going to help us," said Ryan. Ryan said he weighs about 257 pounds, down from 350 when he had lapband surgery in 2010. The Jets went 8-8 and missed...
by Adam Carman, BGB Assistant Editor
The New York Football Giants visited the White House today to receive congratulations from President Obama. The champions presented the President with a blue number 44 jersey and a signed football. Obama responded by noting that the Giants were a special team because of where they ended up. Then he embarrassed football fans everywhere by...
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