Rex Ryan is sticking in the AFC East. The Bills announced on Monday that the former Jets coach will move to Western New York to coach Buffalo’s squad.
Rex Ryan and the Buffalo Bills defense is a match made in heaven. However, as was the problem with the Jets, a lack of a franchise quarterback could be the coach’s undoing once again.
Head coach isn’t the only question facing the Bills this offseason. Impending free-agent pass rusher Jerry Hughes said this week that he’s unwilling to accept a hometown discount to return to Buffalo.
After Rex Ryan told reporters last week that Buffalo’s quarterback situation is "unresolved," Bills GM Doug Whaley acknowledged that first-rounder EJ Manuel has "got to make that step."
Bills owner Kim Pegula said that Rex Ryan was initially interviewed because he was an obvious name to talk to — but he wasn’t their No. 1 choice going in. What changed the Pegulas’ mind about Rex?
Rex Ryan brought plenty of bluster to his introductory press conference with the Bills, but no answers on what he’s going to do with the unsettled quarterback situation. Sound familiar?
Bills owner Terry Pegula opened up about Doug Marrone’s sudden departure as head coach during Rex Ryan’s introductory news conference. How can we expect the two coaches to be different?
The old Rex Ryan was back on Wednesday in Orchard Park. The new Bills coach brought the swagger to his introductory press conference. "Is this thing on? Because it’s getting ready to be on."
C.J. Spiller expressed gratitude Sunday for the Buffalo Bills’ "first-class organization" after taking a leave of absence to deal with a family tragedy. The running back now has his sights set on the Patriots’ defense.
Jairus Byrd hasn’t seen the field much since signing his franchise tender with the Buffalo Bills. The safety said Sunday he’s been dealing with plantar fasciitis.