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There's no doubting that the Cowboys lost one of their most valuable players this week when it was announced Wednesday that Sean Lee was being placed on the injured reserve with a toe injury.
Cowboys defensive coordinator Rob Ryan was so upset over losing the team's leading tackler that he was driven to tears, according to his brother, New York Jets coach Rex Ryan.
While discussing Jets linebacker Bart Scott's toe injury on Wednesday, Rex Ryan said, "My brother was crying, literally, on the phone because they just lost their great linebacker to a toe injury."
Rex Ryan, who is known for delivering witty remarks, could have been exaggerating. But knowing how valuable Lee is to the Cowboys' defensive game plan, he might have been telling the truth.
Rob Ryan will likely give his side of the phone conversation on Friday, when he usually speaks with media members at Valley Ranch.
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Dallas Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee is facing surgery on his right big toe.
According to several reports Tuesday night, including one on the team's own website, Lee has ligament damage in his toe that will require surgery and could end his season.
Lee, the team's leading tackler with 58 stops, got hurt in the second half of Sunday's win at Carolina. He was on crutches...
Tweet According to several reports, Cowboys star LB Sean Lee may need season-ending surgery on his right big toe that he injured during Sunday’s win at Carolina. Lee was interviewed after the game and said that he would be Ok. “I don’t think it’s anything too serious. But I knew I would be hurting the [...]
New York Jets coach Rex Ryan thinks Miami Dolphins running back Reggie Bush should apologize for his comments a few weeks ago that Darrelle Revis' season-ending knee injury was a case of ''what goes around comes around.''
Ryan drew the ire of the Dolphins star when the coach said the Jets were going to put ''hot sauce'' - saying he meant lots...
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- Rex Ryan already said he's sorry. He thinks it's about time Reggie Bush did, too.
The New York Jets coach is still bothered by the Miami Dolphins running back's comments a few weeks ago that Darrelle Revis' season-ending knee injury was a case of "what goes around comes around."
Ryan drew the ire of the Dolphins star...
IRVING, Texas It's not an easy thing to lose your leading tackler and defensive leader, but the Cowboys were doing their best to keep a positive attitude Wednesday.
After learning that inside linebacker Sean Lee would miss the rest of the season with a toe injury, the Cowboys' mood at their Valley Ranch practice facility was somber yet determined.
"In this business...
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) -- New York Jets coach Rex Ryan thinks Miami Dolphins running back Reggie Bush should apologize for his comments a few weeks ago that Darrelle Revis' season-ending knee injury was a case of "what goes around comes around."
Ryan drew the ire of the Dolphins star when the coach said the Jets were going to put "hot sauce" -- saying he...
DAVIE, Fla. During a conference call Wednesday with South Florida reporters, New York Jets coach Rex Ryan used the word "huge" five times in describing his team's game Sunday against the Miami Dolphins.
That might not have been enough.
"He understated the word huge,' " said Dolphins cornerback Nolan Carroll. "Thats how big it is."
All week long the Jets have been doing what the Jets do best, run their mouths. Whether it’s Rex Ryan, Laron Landry, or Aaron Maybin each of them have taken their respective shots at Dolphins stud running back and perhaps little bit of a pretty boy Reggie Bush.
While bounty might be a bit of a stretch, the Jets players have mentioned on several occasions...
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Chris Gross - Jets 24, Dolphins 10 – Contrary to popular belief, the Jets have been playing some of the most consistent football that they have in about a year over the course of the past three games. The defense is beginning to get back form, despite lacking their best player, as well as an extremely inconsistent pass rush....
(Eds: With AP Photos.) By JIM LITKE AP Sports Columnist There's a very good reason why coaches on NFL and college football sidelines this weekend are dressed exactly like the guys down at your car wash - or maybe it's the other way around.
There are actually 250 million or so rea$ons in the case of the NFL, and who knows how many more for college football teams, since most...