Originally posted on Busted Coverage  |  Last updated 1/4/13

FLORHAM PARK, NJ - MAY 02: Head coach Rex Ryan of the New York Jets speaks to the media during minicamp on May 2, 2009 at the Atlantic Health Jets Training Center in Florham Park, New Jersey. (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)
Rex Ryan is just trying to enjoy some vacation time in the Bahamas after a horrible fourth year as head coach of the Jets. And then the New York Daily News sends in a reporter and photographer to snap photos of Big Sexy reading a book. It just happens that Rex was showing off a tattoo of his wife wearing a Mark Sanchez jersey and Tebowing. Is it fake? Some on Twitter think so. Those are the same people who haven’t read the Busted Coverage reporting of Rex’s secret online sex life on Alt.com, a very NSFW adult swingers/hookup site. This is the same site where two photos of Rex’s wife, Michelle, in very NSFW positions, are still posted. This is the same site where Rex’s account is still active with requests such as “(I) want to watch my wife take a big one in all 3 holes.” This is the same account that was used to solicit sex partners for Michelle. Maybe Rex forgot about the ihaveprettyfeet account. Maybe he thought she deleted it. Maybe she thought he deleted it. No matter, it’s still on Alt.com. So before you think there’s no way that tattoo can be real, open your mind a little on Rex Ryan’s life away from football. He loves his wife. How else can you explain the great working relationship they have on film? They seem to have a slightly wild sex life. If he’s as crazy with his tattoo choices as he is with soliciting dudes to “fill his wife’s holes,” then the tattoo makes sense. Maybe we’re wrong, and Rex is just jerking around with the New York media. His track record speaks for itself. Filed under: Football
PLAYERS: Rex RyanMark Sanchez
TEAMS: New York Jets
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