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The Victory Formation:
He’s no longer that huge presence when he is in the room, and we aren’t talking about all the weight he lost last year. Rex Ryan is a man who is lost. He doesn’t speak with the same bravado that excited fans of the New York Jets and had media at stand-by waiting for the next overly confident prediction or claim. No, Rex sounds like a guy that is just waiting to be told what he is going to do and who he is going to coach. This past week, there were several little quotes here and there from Rex about the upcoming roster and season, and even expressing regret about his past actions. Rex was not somebody that followed a script in the past, at least not somebody else’s. But that’s what he sounds like, almost as if ownership or the new management that is in place has reigned him in. He also appears clueless as to the ongoings of the team, or he is doing a swell job of keeping team plans under wraps. Just read this quote from an appearance on ESPN Radio via the New York Daily News on Friday: “I haven’t had one conversation with [...]
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