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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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  • The nine teams that can win the Super Bowl in 2011

    The nine teams that can win the Super Bowl in 2011
    I'm not very good at making preseason predictions. Two years ago, I picked the Giants to beat the Chargers in the Super Bowl. Last season, I wrote a column saying the Ravens would go all the way, and they might have had they not fallen apart against the...
  • Sun reporters make their projections for 2011 NFL season

    Sun reporters make their projections for 2011 NFL season
    Jamison Hensley Super Bowl¿ champion: Patriots AFC¿ championship game: Patriots over Texans NFC¿ championship game: Saints over Packers AFC division playoffs: Patriots over Chargers; Texans over Steelers NFC division playoffs: Packers over Eagles;...
  • Time to start answering bell

    Have the Eagles assembled the "Dream Team," or is this another fantasy football roster built to disappoint? That's just one of the pressing questions heading into this NFL season. A few of the others: Did the lockout truly favor those teams with an...
  • Scouting report: Ravens vs. Rams

    Scouting report: Ravens vs. Rams
    RAVENS RUN OFFENSE VS. RAMS RUN DEFENSE: The Rams' rush defense is last in the NFL, having surrendered an average of 177.5 yards. St. Louis could be the ideal opponent for the Ravens to reestablish their running game, which was ineffective last week in...
  • Quick Hits: Ravens roll over the Rams, improve to 2-1

    Quick Hits: Ravens roll over the Rams, improve to 2-1
    The Ravens easily corralled the Rams on Sunday, outgaining the home team by more than 300 yards in a 37-7 win. These are my quick-hit thoughts after the Ravens improved to 2-1 on the season: 1. So Torrey Smith is a bust, huh? The second-round pick became...
  • Flacco: Super Bowl offenses are built around passing game

    Flacco: Super Bowl offenses are built around passing game
    Maligned in past seasons for being too predictable and conservative, the Ravens offense was neither in Sunday's 37-7 rout of the winless St. Louis Rams. Facing the league's worst run defense, the Ravens instead took to the air, and the result was a...
  • Suggs, Lewis welcome back former Ravens, current Jets

    Suggs, Lewis welcome back former Ravens, current Jets
    No introductions will be required Sunday night. That’s because the Ravens and the fans will be well-acquainted with former Ravens defensive coordinator Rex Ryan, linebacker Bart Scott, wide receiver Derrick Mason and safety Jim Leonhard as they...
  • Ryan returns volley

    Ryan returns volley
    Rex Ryan hasn’t lost his gift for gab. The New York Jets coach and former Ravens defensive coordinator is blessed with a colorful personality that lends itself to sound bites and quotes. So it’s not shocking that when a reporter told Ryan...
  • Cromartie, Mangold won't practice Wednesday

    Cromartie, Mangold won't practice Wednesday
    A pair of starters in cornerback Antonio Cromartie and center Nick Mangold won’t practice Wednesday, New York Jets coach Rex Ryan said Wednesday. Cromartie sustained a bruised lung and ribs in the team’s 34-24 loss to the Oakland Raiders...
  • Lewis returns the favor to Ryan

    Lewis returns the favor to Ryan
    Prior to last year’s season opener against the New York Jets, Ravens inside linebacker Ray Lewis grabbed national headlines when he chastised Jets coach Rex Ryan and his players for feeding their own hype machine during the offseason. Lewis...
  • Derrick Mason steps up his game

    Derrick Mason steps up his game
    Despite being cut before the start of the Ravens training camp, former Baltimore wide receiver Derrick Mason has played well for the Jets, and had six catches in New York's loss to Oakland on Sunday. Mason will be one of three receivers the Ravens have...
  • Ravens hope to keep Jets from finding run game

    Ravens hope to keep Jets from finding run game
    Critics might say that the New York Jets have become prolific at running their mouths. Running the football hasn't been quite as easy for New York. Only seven other teams in the NFL have gained fewer yards on the ground than the Jets. That kind of...