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Rex Ryan

Rex Ryan
Rex Ryan signs a four-year deal, reportedly worth $11.6 million, to become New York Jets new head coach. Ryan replaces fired Eric Mangini.
Rex Ryan signs a four-year deal, reportedly worth $11.6 million, to become New York Jets new head coach. Ryan replaces fired Eric Mangini. « Show less

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  • Ryan, Scott offer conflicting views on Ravens offense

    Ryan, Scott offer conflicting views on Ravens offense
    Count Rex Ryan as being one of those surprised by the Ravens’ offensive performance against the St. Louis Rams Sunday. In that 37-7 rout, the offense racked up a franchise-record 553 yards, wide receiver Torrey Smith became the first rookie to...
  • Three things that could go right/wrong for Ravens vs. Jets

    Three things that could go right/wrong for Ravens vs. Jets
    Three things that need to go RIGHT … 1. Provide a healthy serving of Rice. The Jets’ run defense was gouged for 234 yards by Darren McFadden and the Raiders last week. The Jets feel it was an aberration, but Ray Rice could test that theory....
  • Media roundup: Who's picking the Ravens?

    Media roundup: Who's picking the Ravens?
    • Mike Florio and Gregg Rosenthal of NBC Sports' ProFootballTalk both expect the Ravens to top the Jets at M&T Bank Stadium. Florio's take: Last year, the Ravens and Jets found themselves in a Week One defensive struggle. Look for more points this...
  • Ravens respect Revis, but say they won't necessarily avoid his Island

    Ravens respect Revis, but say they won't necessarily avoid his Island
    In his day, it was said that Deion Sanders would take away half his opponents' passing field, so daunting was the task of completing a pass on his side. In today's NFL, the same is being said of New York Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis — that he...
  • Ken Murray's Sunday primer: Ravens vs. Jets

    Ken Murray's Sunday primer: Ravens vs. Jets
    It’s another tantalizing Ravens-Jets matchup, another chance to dissect the Ravens’ decision to go with John Harbaugh over Rex Ryan as head coach in 2008. Please, let’s stop this incessant second guess of Steve Bisciotti. It’s...
  • No shortage of motivation for Ravens, Jets

    No shortage of motivation for Ravens, Jets
    There have been more signs of revelry than a heated rivalry. Compliments have been shared, as have T-shirts, and the closest thing to trash talk between the two sides has centered on a meeting that never took place. But as the Ravens and New York Jets...
  • Pre-snap read: Ravens-Jets

    Pre-snap read: Ravens-Jets
    There’s a reason this family feud will again be fought in front of a nationally televised audience. As long as John Harbaugh and Rex Ryan, who were both candidates for the Ravens’ head coaching gig after the 2007 season, run the Ravens and the...
  • Ravens TV: NBC Sunday Night Football shows how to do a winning telecast

    Ravens TV: NBC Sunday Night Football shows how to do a winning telecast
    From great pre-game interviews with Bart Scott and Ray Rice, to perfectly predicting the big first quarter story line of the Baltimore Ravens mauling the New York Jets rookie starting center, NBC’s Sunday Night Football crew was textbook in...
  • Game 4: Ravens' defense clamps down on Jets in 34-17 win

    Game 4: Ravens' defense clamps down on Jets in 34-17 win
    The reminder to their former defensive coordinator and a nationally-televised audience came with every punishing hit of Mark Sanchez, every crushing tackle of one of the New York Jets, and every ball that either bounced off the turf or fluttered in the...
  • Instant analysis: Defense dominates wild game

    Instant analysis: Defense dominates wild game
    Matt Vensel, Baltimore Sports Blitz: I'm still scratching my head at the offensive game plan, but hats off to the defense for smothering Mark Sanchez and the Jets. Ron Fritz, Head of Sports: If the Ravens can just get Joe Flacco to stop throwing the ball...
  • Quick hits: Ravens defense deserves all the credit it can get

    Quick hits: Ravens defense deserves all the credit it can get
    Facing their outspoken former defensive coordinator in primetime, the Ravens defense delivered a dominant performance in a 34-17 victory that, believe it or not, made Rex Ryan sound subdued as he tackled tough questions at his post-game press conference....
  • Early results show Ravens' defense could be special

    Early results show Ravens' defense could be special
    After watching his New York Jets' offense get steam rolled in a 34-17 loss Sunday night, Rex Ryan paid the Ravens' defense the ultimate compliment, saying the group reminded him of the 2000 and 2006 units that he helped coach. The Ravens' 2000 defense...