Rex Ryan will be spending this fall without an NFL head coaching job for the first time since 2008. Instead, he’ll reportedly be paid to analyze and talk about football.
Ryan has agreed on a multi-year deal to be part of ESPN’s “Sunday NFL Countdown,” the New York Daily News reported.
Ryan served as a guest analyst on the show’s Super Bowl Sunday edition and acquitted himself well.
Ryan was fired by the Buffalo Bills with one game left in the 2016 season. He went 15-16 in two seasons with the Bills.
He also coached the New York Jets for six years. He guided the Jets to the AFC title game in each of his first two seasons but was unable to reach the playoffs again. He was fired with a 46-50 record.
Ryan is 61-66 in eight seasons as an NFL head coach.
Massive manhunt underway in India after thieves steal cow dung
Bahrain starts exploratory offshore drilling for oil and gas
Myanmar’s junta leader attends military conference in Moscow
China condemns latest U.S. warship transit of Taiwan Strait
Kazakhstan to introduce mandatory workplace vaccination
Asia6 days ago
Hundreds of Indonesian doctors contract COVID-19, dozens hospitalized
Australia & NZ6 days ago
Australia further restricts AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine over clotting concerns
U.S6 days ago
Prosecutors seek ‘very substantial’ prison time for Avenatti
Science7 days ago
Human Cells Can Write RNA Sequences Into DNA
Weird2 days ago
Yemen’s mysterious ‘Well of Hell’
Football6 days ago
UEFA reminds teams of sponsorship obligations after Ronaldo Coca-Cola case
Sport6 days ago
Spanish champ Nadal pulls out of Wimbledon and Tokyo Olympics to prolong career
Australia & NZ7 days ago
New Zealand lays out vaccine plan after grumbling over delay