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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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  • Some, including the Ravens, like it cold

    Some, including the Ravens, like it cold
    Everybody was talking before the game about the sub-freezing wind chill factor and the blustery wind that seemed to go in both directions at once, but that apparently was just what the weatherman ordered for the Ravens. They have made a habit over the...
  • Offensive coordinator opening attracting quality candidates for Ravens

    Offensive coordinator opening attracting quality candidates for Ravens
    Head coach John Harbaugh and other Ravens officials have been mostly mum about the process of finding a replacement for offensive coordinator Jim Caldwell, and the characteristics the organization is looking for in its next hire. However, one thing...
  • New Browns coach Mike Pettine has roots with Ravens

    New Browns coach Mike Pettine has roots with Ravens
    When new Cleveland Browns coach Mike Pettine first started working for the Ravens, he did all of the grunt work. Pettine joined former Ravens coach Brian Billick's staff in 2002 after a successful stint as a high school coach in Pennsylvania. He was...
  • Looking at the teams that pose the biggest threat to the Ravens' playoff hopes

    Looking at the teams that pose the biggest threat to the Ravens' playoff hopes
    It had been laid out for Ravens coach John Harbaugh long before he had the opportunity to get on his couch and spend a rare Sunday afternoon at home watching other NFL games on television. "I've got a big advantage because our owner, Steve Bisciotti,...
  • Looking back at the Steelers' win over the New York Jets

    Looking back at the Steelers' win over the New York Jets
    Steelers 19, Jets 6 Strategy: In their second year under offensive coordinator Todd Haley, the Steelers remain a pass-oriented team. Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger took a few shots down the field, but more often he was throwing short, including 11...
  • Former Ravens safety Tom Zbikowski happy out of football

    Former Ravens safety Tom Zbikowski happy out of football
    One week into Ravens training camp in 2008, coach John Harbaugh pulled aside safety Tom Zbikowski to share a company secret. Harbaugh confided that if it were up to him, Zbikowski would be anywhere other than the Ravens practice field flailing around...
  • Ravens news, notes and opinions on Jimmy Smith, Dennis Pitta, Joe Flacco and more

    Ravens news, notes and opinions on Jimmy Smith, Dennis Pitta, Joe Flacco and more
    Remember when third-year cornerback Jimmy Smith was viewed as one of the primary concerns of the Ravens’ defense? You should. It was only about two months ago. Now, a case could be made that Smith has consistently been one of the Ravens’...
  • Looking back at the New York Jets' loss to the Buffalo Bills

    Looking back at the New York Jets' loss to the Buffalo Bills
    Each week, Baltimore Sun reporters Aaron Wilson and Matt Vensel look back at the Ravens' previous game and that of their next opponent. Bills 37, Jets 14 Strategy: The Jets are a team built to play with a lead, so it's not surprising that their game...
  • Ed Reed blames defensive coordinator for his release from Houston Texans

    Ed Reed blames defensive coordinator for his release from Houston Texans
    On a conference call with Baltimore media Wednesday, former Ravens safety Ed Reed, who signed with the New York Jets last week, spoke candidly about his brief time with the Houston Texans and the circumstances that led the Texans to release him last week....
  • Former Ravens safety Ed Reed returning to Baltimore for second time this season

    Former Ravens safety Ed Reed returning to Baltimore for second time this season
    Back in September, when Ed Reed returned to Baltimore to make his Houston Texans debut, an appreciative crowd at M&T Bank Stadium serenaded him with “Reeeeeeed” as he ran out onto the field and hundreds of fans waited after a blowout Ravens...
  • Ed Reed's potential impact (or lack thereof) in his second return to Baltimore

    Ed Reed's potential impact (or lack thereof) in his second return to Baltimore
    When Ed Reed made his Houston Texans debut and his return to Baltimore on that Sunday afternoon back in September, the free safety made so little impact, even one of his former teammates wondered where Reed -- the bearded, ball-hawking, sure-fire Hall-of-...
  • Baltimore Sun staff picks for the Ravens-Jets game

    Baltimore Sun staff picks for the Ravens-Jets game
    The Baltimore Sun's experts make their predictions for the Week 12 game between the Ravens and New York Jets at M&T Bank Stadium. Monique Jones Ravens 28, Jets 23 The Ravens are home and that works in their favor. If the Ravens can't take...