Found June 11, 2012 on Pro Sports Daily:
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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 the playoffs last season, but stayed in the headlines with an offseason trade for Tim Tebow. "Quite honestly, our team has handled it well. Tim has handled it well," Ryan said of the extra attention given with Tebow in the mix. The Jets didn't acquire Tebow to be a sideshow attraction. He's not competing with starter Mark Sanchez in the truest spirit of the term, but Ryan and the Jets do view Tebow as a quarterback, among other things. He's working as the up man in punt protection, adding the threat of Wildcat plays and fake punts with risk-taking special teams coach Mike Westho...
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