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Rex Ryan Speaker Profile

Category: Coaches, Football

Highlights: Rex Ryan is the former head coach of the New York Jets and Buffalo Bills. He is the son of NFL coaching legend Buddy Ryan.

Travels From: Tennessee

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Rex Ryan is the former coach of the New York Jets and Buffalo Bills. After serving as an assistant coach for 22 years, Ryan attained his first head coaching job in the NFL with the Jets in 2009. He is the son of former Philadelphia Eagles and Arizona Cardinals head coach Buddy Ryan and is the fraternal twin brother of Rob Ryan.

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Former Jets Head Coach Rex Ryan to Coach Buffalo Bills

Sources have told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter, that former Jets head coach Rex Ryan is about to sign a five-year deal with the Buffalo Bills which would earn Ryan a salary of $5.5 million per year. Ryan and general manager John Idzik were fired on Dec. 29 after the Jets went 4-12 and missed the playoffs f ... read more

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