Found July 07, 2013 on Football Nation:
Rex Ryan and Jason Garrett haven't even had the chance to besmirch their 2013 campaigns. Yet already, NFL Network, ESPN, and even us, admittedly, have speculated to their ensconce upon the so-called "hot seat".They're not alone. Jim Schwartz, Mike Munchak, Dennis Allen, and Ron Rivera are also engaged in their own Nik Wallenda-esque tightroping. Difference is, these coaches must remain sufficiently vertical for a four-month time frame in order to survive.While it's common to point your finger, Tony Montana-esque, and growl, "There! There's the bad coach!", fewer people offer up likely replacements outside of, "Maybe this is the year Jon Gruden and/or Bill Cowher comes back!"As Cowher's making the most of his home life, and Gruden's busy dropping "THIS GUY" platitudes on Monday nights, it's time to look at some more attainable options for headset-wearers come 2014.Here's twelve more likely ones.

Jets' Rex Ryan runs with bulls twice in Pamplona

Rex Ryan spent part of his summer vacation running from angry bulls. The New York Jets coach joined thousands of thrill-seekers on Sunday and Monday in the annual running of the bulls at the San Fermin festival in Pamplona, Spain. The team confirmed Monday that Ryan was uninjured while participating both days in the run, which is the highlight of a nine-day street festival and...

Pictures of Rex Ryan running with the bulls surface

Ah, Rex Ryan running with the bulls. We heard the news that his Spain trip included the famous run, but we didn't think we'd see any hard evidence. Thanks to the leg work of Deadspin, we can now enjoy the following pictures of Rex Ryan. For fun, we'll make this a game of "Where's Rex." Can't find him? We'll give the location away at the end of the...

Rex Ryan running with the bulls in Spain (Photo)

New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan is over in Spain running with the bulls as he gets ready for another NFL season.   I’m sure Rex figured that running from bulls that way thousands of pounds can only help him continue to lose more weight.     Need NFL Tickets? The post Rex Ryan running with the bulls in Spain (Photo) appeared first on Pro Football Zone.

Rex Ryan escapes bulls' horns in Pamplona (VIDEO)

New York Jets coach Rex Ryan ran with the bulls in Pamplona this past weekend, participating in the time-honored tradition of dressing up in all white with a red handkerchief around one’s neck and then running away from the snarling horned animals. Ben Patton, a former contestant on NBC’s Ready for Love, posted the photo of Ryan dressed up in white jeans and a red...

Photo: Rex Ryan went running with bulls

New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan has a knack for saying and doing some outrageous things.This photo of him posing with a group of three others after running with bulls serves as further evidence.Apparently, Ryan tried his hand at running alongside a massive group of horned monsters in Pamplona over the weekend, and managed to escape unharmed.It's official. Ryan is a little crazy.Via Deadspin

Rex Ryan Can Climb a Fence When a Bull Is Chasing Him. Barely.

Deadspin was able to source video from a reader of Rex Ryan who was down in Pamplona running with the bulls, and it is fantastic. Check out Rex running for his life and climbing up a fence as far as his body would let him. Amazing what adrenaline can make you do. [Bleacher Report] Article found on: Next Impulse Sports

Rex Ryan in Spain running with the bulls

If you suddenly see a message come across ESPN saying that “Sources: Rex Ryan killed today while running with the…

Rex Ryan Ran (Or Probably Walked) With The Bulls In Spain

The folks at Busted Coverage found the first evidence of Rex Ryan down in Pamplona for the Running of the Bulls.  Hopefully there will be more photos of Rex actually running, because I am not sure if that is actually physically possible. [Ben patton] Article found on: Next Impulse Sports

Skinny Rex Ryan runs with the Bulls in Spain

  New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan, who has continued to lose weight, ran with the bulls in Pamplona, Spain.  Never thought I’d see the day when Rex Ryan went running with the bulls, especially if you saw how he looked on Hard Knocks in 2010. [Busted Coverage]

Rex Ryan hit up the Running of the Bulls in Spain

New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan has to have some serious you-know-whats to stand in front of the New York media with the way his team has played over the past couple seasons. How does he prepare himself for something like that? I guess running with the bulls is a decent place to start. [...]

Rex Ryan Ran With the Bulls in Pamplona

Alas Deadspin doesn’t have any video of this (it would have been classic) just a tweet from a fan who spotted Ryan. Ran with the bulls alongside Rex Ryan today… Guess anything is possible when 1,000 lb horned beasts are chasing you #Pamplona #SanFermin — Matt Stevenson (@Matt_Stvnsn) July 7, 2013

Rex Ryan and his new bod are running with the Bulls in Spain and he is extremely frightened

We all knew New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan was in Pamplona, Spain to run with the bulls, but now we have found the photos to back it up.

Welcome to AlCrotraz Island: New York Jets DB Cromartie’s 2012 Season

“He might have as much talent as any player I’ve ever been around at the corner position. He’s got everything. He’s got the size, the height, the length, the speed, the recovery speed, probably as good ball skills as any corner I’ve been around.”- Rex Ryan, at NFL owner’s meetings in 2010. A 6’2, 210 pound cornerback out of Florida State goes in the first round, 19th...
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