Rex Ryan’s new book was released May 3. In the book he gives insight into his time so far as Head Coach of the New York Jets, feelings on players that have come and gone, and the way the team has been perceived.
His assessments of Jets players he inherited from Eric Mangini has stirred up a lot of talk, as he wrote about Kerry Rhodes and Vernon Gholston in the book. Whereas the negativity in his comments about Gholston were purely based on his merits as a football player, Ryan’s criticism of Rhodes was centered around his work ethic. Rhodes responded via Twitter by calling Ryan “Classless.”
The book also covers Ryan’s approach in getting Santonio Holmes to trust him, and how his brother Rob Ryan was a big reason the Jets traded for Braylon Edwards.
Ryan also touches on the Ines Sainz incident, and some of the other issues the Jets had to overcome last season.
There is plenty of football in there too, and Ryan details some of the best moments from his first two seasons as a Head Coach.
The always controversial Ryan ended the book by promising that the Jets would soon be champions.
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