Jets head coach Rex Ryan says he doesn't put a muzzle on players, but a Jets player can't have a bigger mouth than Ryan, not in the Big Apple. In the past two weeks, there have been numerous reports out of New York about Mason complaining to Ryan about offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer's less-than-exciting offense.
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And with each Kerely catch, Mason's career as a Jet kept getting more and more dirt thrown on it. Mason can still play, but he'll never be quiet. It's his nature. And Ryan made a smart move by trading Mason to the team the Ravens play this Sunday.
But the Mason-Ryan marriage was doomed from the start.
There is room for only one loud mouth in each family.