Found November 14, 2012 on NESN.com:
Jets head coach Rex Ryan is no stranger to running his mouth; it’s one of his most well-known attributes. However, Ryan always puts his name on everything he says. The same can’t be said for a few members of Ryan’s team, however, as several nameless sources spoke on the condition of anonymity with the New York Daily News to blast backup quarterback Tim Tebow recently. One player called Tebow “terrible,” while others insisted that the Jets would be no better with Tebow under center instead of current (and struggling) starter Mark Sanchez. Ryan responded to the report on Wednesday when he met with the media, and was unsurprisingly disappointed. “If you’re going to make a negative comment, that’s fine,” Ryan said, according to the New York Daily News. “We never say that it always has to be a bed of roses. But again, put your name on it. I think people will respect you a lot more. Ryan also said that he spoke with his team about things. “Did I address it? I absolutely addressed it,” he tol
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