Trevor Pryce: Rex Ryan too nice for his own or Jets good
Summary of 3 articles · Updated Dec 22, 2012
Happier days: Trevor Pryce and Rex Ryan in January, 2011. “And on that day the Jets will gain one of the better head coaches in the league,” Pryce wrote. But former NFL defensive lineman Trevor Pryce, who played for Ryan for four seasons, said it was the coach’s incredible loyalty and willingness to stick his neck out for those close to him that has him in his current mess. Pryce speculates that Ryan may some day develop a harder edge, be willing to be more “cutthroat.” Pryce, writing for the New York Times, had nothing but praise for Ryan as an Xs and Os coach, calling him: “a brilliant strategist, a man who works to the point of exhaustion and possesses a passion for and knowledge of football that is unmatched.” Rex Ryan is coming up on the four-year anniversary of what is now his hilarious promise of a Jets trip to the White House as Super Bowl champs. When the Jets play the Chargers on Sunday at MetLife, it will be the first game they have played in Ryan’s four seasons that does not have any playoff implications.
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Rex Ryan is coming up on the four-year anniversary of what is now his hilarious promise of a Jets trip to the White House as Super Bowl champs. He was full of bluster and big-time promises on Jan. 21, 2009, the day he was introduced as the Jets’ new coa