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Rex Ryan Interview Is Over And Now The Bills Would Like To Speak To Him


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Rex might because the defense is incredible, led the NFL in sacks and all he really needs is a decent quarterback and they could win the Super Bowl.

where dey gonna get dat tho? Apparently Rex has always made quality defenses. Wouldn't he like to go someplace where he isn't handicapped by a scrub qb?

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Rex might because the defense is incredible, led the NFL in sacks and all he really needs is a decent quarterback and they could win the Super Bowl.

The Bills already drafted EJ Manuel in the 1st round back in 2013 and had already lost his starting job to Kyle Orton, who is now once again retired.

Anyone who becomes their HC will have to take on that investment.

That would be too much like familiar territory based on where Rex just came from, which is the Jets.

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So many threads about the interview already, why make this into its own?

I don't get why people get so bent out of shape about new threads that have new info in them.

I am never and will never sift through a 10 page thread to look for new information. It doesn't make any sense.

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The Bills already drafted EJ Manuel in the 1st round back in 2013 and had already lost his starting job to Kyle Orton, who is now once again retired.

Anyone who becomes their HC will have to take on that investment.

That would be too much like familiar territory based on where Rex just came from, which is the Jets.

He didn't lose his job to Orton, he got injured again.

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Rex Ryan, Falcons part ways after five-hour interview

Chris Wesseling

Around the NFL Writer

The Atlanta Falcons and former New York Jets coach Rex Ryan have no pending agreement after spending the afternoon together on Tuesday.

Ryan's interview ended after five or more hours, NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reports, via a source informed of their situation.

The length of the interview is proof of mutual interest, even if both parties are moving on to their next round of interviews.

The Falcons still have an interview scheduled with Arizona Cardinals defensive coordinator Todd Bowles on Thursday, per Rapoport.

Now that Ryan has left Atlanta without a deal, the Buffalo Bills would like to speak with him as well, a source tells Rapoport.

It will be interesting to see if Ryan's camp maintains dialogue with the Falcons in the meantime.

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