|12-30-2012, 07:26 PM||#1|
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Rex Ryan Says Jets Owner Hasn't Said If His Job Is Safe
The New York Jets' season concluded in predictable fashion Sunday, with a 28-9 loss to a bad Buffalo Bills team.
A 6-10 record means a second consecutive dark postseason for coach Rex Ryan, who is 34-30 in four seasons with the Jets. There will be turnover in Florham Park after this mess, and Ryan was asked after Sunday's game if he has received any assurances from Jets owner Woody Johnson that his job is safe.
"Nope," Ryan replied. "Sure haven't."
ESPNNewYork.com's Rich Cimini reported that Johnson didn't travel to Buffalo, an uncommon occurrence for an owner who attends almost every game. Under Johnson, the Jets always have made substantial changes after bad seasons, and the fact that Ryan doesn't know his fate is cause for speculation.
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