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REX RYAN RUMORS & GOSSIP

Stephen Hill left to fight for roster spot tonight

On Monday Rex Ryan said Stephen Hill will play in the final preseason game against the Eagles on Thursday night. On Tuesday ESPN's Adam Schefter reported that the Jets tried to trade Hill earlier in the offseason. Obviously the Jets didn't find any takers in their quest to trade Hill, but what we don't know is was there just no interest at all or no interest at whatever...
Via Jets Insider.com
1 day ago  |  Discuss

New York Jets: Rex Ryan’s Arrogance May Cost Jets Again

Rex Ryan is arrogant when it comes to defense.  That’s a known fact. He’s so arrogant he may convince himself that the Jets will be more than fine on defense despite all the problems at the cornerback position. He’s already proclaimed the Jets will have a top 5 defense, and he consistently sounds confident when addressing concerns. Rex on the Jets’ precarious cornerback...
Via Standing O Sports
4 days ago  |  Discuss

New York Jets: Rex Ryan Confident He Can Win With Mike Vick

The New York Jets and coach Rex Ryan have officially named Geno Smith the starting quarterback for Week 1, but that doesn’t mean it’s his job for the entire season. Ryan is coaching on a one-year deal, and doesn’t have the pleasure of letting the second year quarterback struggle or fight through a rough start. Ryan needs to win now, and he thinks either of his two quarterbacks...
Via Standing O Sports
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Rex Ryan Trades Barbs With Giants Running Back Andre Williams, Trolls Him About Clemson vs. Boston College

Rex Ryan is never one to shy away from controversy, so when Giants rookie running back Andre Williams says that his team is “the real New York team,” it was no surprise that the Jets head coach was going to respond. However, it was a bit surprising him to pull out a college football note from his troll-bag. Ryan’s son plays for Clemson, and while Rex’s memory of last year’s...
Via College Spun
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Jets head coach Rex Ryan loves his blitzing and makes no apologies for it

A while ago a rumor was going around that the New Englad Patriots had somehow gotten ahold of the New York Jets’ defensive playbook. One joke that made the rounds at the same time was that it was one page long and only had the word BLITZ in big block letters. It’s no secret that Jets head coach Rex Ryan is a fan of the blitz. During Saturday’s preseason game against the Cincinnati...
Via cover32 - Jets
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Rex Ryan Teasing us on Jets’ Starting Quarterback Decision

While it is assumed that Geno Smith will remain the New York Jets starting quarterback Week 1, head coach Rex Ryan has yet to conform anything officially. Rex Ryan won't name a Week 1 starter yet http://t.co/VOsovxG36S — NFL: AroundTheLeague (@NFL_ATL) August 19, 2014 Ryan had this to say about the quarterback situation (via NFL.com). I’m not naming a starter for Week...
Via Sportsnaut
10 days ago  |  Discuss

How confident are New York Jets fans heading into 2014 season?

We know that New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan does not suffer from a lack of confidence. Recently he’s gone on the record and said that the Jets should be a playoff team this year and that he’s one of the best at what he does. But it’s part of Ryan’s job to be bullish on his team. How do Jets fans feel coming into the new season? Let’s find out. Recently a digital marketing...
Via cover32 - Jets
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Watch: Jets rookies put through ‘dizzy bat’ drill at training camp

New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan recently introduced a new method to haze rookies. During Sunday's practice, he made the first-year players participate in a "dizzy bat" drill. Similar to the game many of us played at summer camp when we were young, players had to run 10 yards and then pick up a baseball bat. They then spun around in circles on top of the bat, looking...
Via The Sports Daily
18 days ago  |  Discuss

Video: Rex Ryan flips the script and acts as a reporter in press conference

New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan recently decided to try his hand as a reporter. Maybe coaching was beginning to bore him, or maybe his legs were tired and he didn’t want to stand at the podium anymore during Saturday’s press conference. But for whatever reason, he decided to switch places and take a seat with the media. And ESPN.com’s Rich Cimini played along. He stood at...
Via The Sports Daily
20 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Rex Ryan turns tables on reporters at news conference

New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan, always a jokester in the press room, decided that it made sense to switch roles with the media. In Ryan’s post-practice press conference on Saturday, the head coach took a seat with the reporters and directed ESPN New York’s Rich Cimini to answer questions (via NJ.com).  He wanted to know what got Cimini started in the journalism world and...
Via Sportsnaut
20 days ago  |  Discuss
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