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Ryan to Return and Address Media Thursday

After a formal complaint was filed by the Pro Football Writers Association, the Jets have suddenly put together the year end media session with coach Rex Ryan and owner Woody Johnson.

The Jets canned the coach talking Monday after players cleaned out their lockers. He is by league policy supposed to have a year end chat with members of the media.

The wait will make the Jets in violation of a league policy, which states in full:

“Every team is required to 1) open its locker room for player interviews the day after the season ends and 2) hold a news conference during the week following the end of its season with its head coach, and/or owner, and/or club president, and/or general manager. The purpose is to respond to fan interest in the conclusion of the team’s season.”

According to league spokesman Greg Aiello, the NFL is looking into the situation.

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3 Responses to “Ryan to Return and Address Media Thursday”

  1. Charles says:

    The media circus of clowns will look for any reason to spit venom at the Jets. What’s worse is the simpleton drones of NFL fans who regurgitate their talking points. I hope the new GM tells you where to stick it on the first day. We know the talent is labeling on offense. We know the team needs a new OC, QB, WR, HB, RT, RG, LG, TE. Why read silly hate-mail pieces by the usual suspects with stupid buzzwords like circus, mess, dysfunctional, and unnamed source? These guys look so silly whining about a press conference when all they do is spin everything NY Jets related into negative rhetoric about things they knowingly have no clue about. For weak people, it’s nice to have someone to pick on. For Rex and the Jets, it’s about righting the ship. Lets hope the new GM places the ultimate emphasis on talent evaluation. All the rest is just white noise.

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