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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...
  • Forever linked by a lasting decision, John Harbaugh and Rex Ryan meet again

    Forever linked by a lasting decision, John Harbaugh and Rex Ryan meet again
    They'll always be linked, not just by similar coaching pedigrees and shared experiences, but because of one January 2008 decision that helped shape two franchises for years to come. To John Harbaugh, it was an opportunity of a lifetime. To Rex Ryan,...
  • Scouting report for Ravens vs. Jets

    Scouting report for Ravens vs. Jets
    RAVENS PASSING GAME: Quarterback Joe Flacco acknowledged this week that he’s annoyed by his 13 interceptions and knows that he needs to play better. He ranks 14th in the NFL in passing yards, 19th in touchdown passes and 26th in completion...
  • Harbaugh and Ryan's relationship started along the same college sideline in Cincinnati

    Harbaugh and Ryan's relationship started along the same college sideline in Cincinnati
    Twelve years before they went head-to-head for an NFL coaching job, John Harbaugh and Rex Ryan were on the same staff at Cincinnati. In 1996, Harbaugh was the Bearcats’ assistant head coach and special teams coordinator. Ryan was their defensive...
  • Four Ravens-Jets predictions sure to go wrong

    Four Ravens-Jets predictions sure to go wrong
    A couple of familiar faces will return to M&T Bank Stadium this weekend, but straits are too dire for the Ravens to focus on getting reacquainted with New York Jets coach Rex Ryan and free safety Ed Reed. Their Jets are somehow ahead of the Ravens in...
  • Ravens' running game to square off with stout Jets defense led by Muhammad Wilkerson

    Ravens' running game to square off with stout Jets defense led by Muhammad Wilkerson
    Running back Ray Rice thoroughly enjoyed the resurgence of the Ravens' running game against the Chicago Bears and was still smiling days later in the locker room. "It did feel good to get out in the open and get some yards," said Rice, who gained a...
  • 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...
  • Previewing Maryland-Boston College with Michael Vega from the Boston Globe

    Previewing Maryland-Boston College with Michael Vega from the Boston Globe
    To prepare for Saturday's football game between Maryland and Boston College, we traded emails with Michael Vega, who covers the Eagles for the Boston Globe. You can check out more of Michael's coverage on their website. TRACKING THE TERPS: For an...
  • Tickets available for Sunday's Ravens-Jets game

    Tickets available for Sunday's Ravens-Jets game
    The Ravens announced this morning that about 200 tickets are available for Sunday's game after the New York Jets have returned some of their allotment. The Jets (5-5) come to M&T Bank Stadium led by former Ravens defensive coordinator Rex Ryan and...
  • Ray Lewis and his colleagues are actors, not credible media representatives

    Ray Lewis and his colleagues are actors, not credible media representatives
    Former Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis has taken some criticism after taking out his credit card on the air at ESPN and saying he would help pay a fine for a player who delivered what was deemed an illegal hit to a quarterback. If it was some other...
  • 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...