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REX RYAN RUMORS & GOSSIP

Rex Ryan reportedly wants to start Michael Vick in Week 13

Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News reports that assuming Rex Ryan is still the head coach and QB Michael Vick‘s calf injury isn’t any thing major, the Jets are expected to go with Vick for Monday’s game against the Dolphins. Mehta adds that Ryan had to discuss and clear his decision to make a change at quarterback few weeks ago with GM John Idzik and owner Woody...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
11 hours ago  |  Discuss

New York Jets head coach feels he will keep his job

The New York Jets lost badly last night to the Buffalo Bills, and many were saying that Rex Ryan should be fired. It was pretty bad considering the Bills could not practice being snowed in, until Friday. Well the head coach feels he will still be the coach until the end of the season. “Unless […] The post New York Jets head coach feels he will keep his job appeared first on...
Via NFL Draft Diamonds
11 hours ago  |  Discuss

Popular New York author takes shot at Jets

The New York Jets continue to let their fans down, with a 2-9 record, following a horrible 38-3 loss to the Buffalo Bills. This team has played its worst season since Rex Ryan took over as head coach in 2009. Popular New York-born writer, R.L. Stine, is very well-known to us. He wrote our childhood books, the Goosebumps series. He then tweeted this humorous question in the loss:...
Via cover32 - Jets
19 hours ago  |  Discuss

Initial Reaction – That’s A Wrap Rex, Part Two!

Unfortunately, I can basically just copy and paste my initial reaction article to the New York Jets game against the Buffalo Bills back in week 8. The Jets had a pathetic no show tonight against, losing 38-3. They were trounced from the opening snap to the final whistle, looking listless and unprepared. Rex Ryan is now 1-5 after a bye week, 2-13 after his last 15 wins, 14-19 against...
Via Turn On The Jets
22 hours ago  |  Discuss

New York Jets would fire Rex Ryan if the season ended today

If the NFL season ended right now, with most teams having played 10 games, the playoff match-ups would be interesting. Some of the usual suspects (New England and Denver) would be taking part, while some preseason contenders (Seattle and San Francisco) would be on the outside looking in. Some surprise teams (Detroit and Kansas City) would be playing, while others (Miami and Buffalo...
Via cover32 - Jets
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Rex Ryan stunned by $100,000 fine for profanity

It doesn’t happen very often, but New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan says he was rendered nearly speechless in the wake of the NFL fining him a whopping $100,000 for the use of profanity following the team’s win over the Pittsburgh Steelers on Nov. 9. “I was stunned by it to say the least,”...Read More The post Rex Ryan left ‘stunned’ by $100,000 fine levied by NFL against...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
7 days ago  |  1 Comment

Rex Ryan fined $100,000 for dropping F-bomb on Steelers

Rex Ryan was fined $100,000 by the NFL for dropping an F-bomb on the Pittsburgh Steelers after Sunday’s game. The Jets head coach was upset with Pittsburgh safety Mike Mitchell for jumping the victory formation moments earlier, and he cursed in the Steelers’ direction as he approached midfield for the postgame handshake. Ryan’s fine was...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Rex Ryan fined $100K by NFL for use of profanity

Rex Ryan’s wallet just got a lot lighter. The NFL fined the New York Jets head coach $100,000 for swearing just moments after his team’s stunning 20-13 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday, NFL Media’s Ian Rapoport reports, citing a league source. CBS cameras caught Ryan appearing to shout a profanity at either someone on the Steelers or someone on the officiating crew...
Via NESN.com
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Rex Ryan fined $100,000 for profanity after win over Steelers

New York Jets coach Rex Ryan reportedly has been fined $100,000 by the NFL for his use of profanity following the team’s 2-13 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday at MetLife Stadium, per ESPN’s Chris Mortensen. As the game finished and Ryan was making his way off the sidelines, the coach could be seen...Read More The post Rex Ryan reportedly fined $100,000 for use of profanity...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Can Rex Ryan Save His Job With The New York Jets?

For the third year row, speculation is swirling about Rex Ryan’s job security with the New York Jets. Even prior to last week’s upset of the Pittsburgh Steelers, there was a still reasonable chance Rex would be brought back next year. This isn’t an article about whether or not Rex Ryan should be brought back. It is an article about the probability of him actually coming back...
Via Turn On The Jets
12 days ago  |  Discuss
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