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Famous Foot Fetishist And Former NFL Head Coach Rex Ryan In The Mix For Cowboys Job, Source Says

Former Buffalo Bills and New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan is interviewing for the Dallas Cowboys' open defensive coordinator position, sources tell The Athletic.

Ryan, who has made comments hinting at his love for feet and is also suspected of posting a video of his wife's feet, appears to be dipping his toes back into the football pool after an eight-year hiatus from coaching. according to outlet.

The last time we saw Ryan on an NFL sideline was in 2016 as the head coach of the Buffalo Bills. There were reports that he was in the running for the defensive coordinator position with the Kansas City Chiefs in 2019, but he has had a hard time getting his foot in the door.

All kidding aside, this is actually a pretty perfect fit. Ryan is being interviewed to replace Dan Quinn, who recently left his position as defensive coordinator to become head coach of the Washington Commanders. While I have often criticized Quinn's abilities as a head coach, I have to admit that he did a very good job with Dallas' defense, leading a unit that ranked in the top five in points allowed for the second year in a row. I don't get it.

So Rex has some big obligations. (Related: Chiefs coach Andy Reid tells reporters All-Pro Joe Thuney is likely too injured to play in the Super Bowl)

ORCHARD PARK, NY – DECEMBER 18: Buffalo Bills head coach Rex Ryan plays on the sideline during the first half of a game against the Cleveland Browns on December 18, 2016 at New Era Field in Orchard Park, New York. Photo by Tom Szczerbowski/Getty Images

Like Quinn, Ryan has taken his role as a coordinator seriously.Before the Jets hired the brash skipper, he regularly led the Ravens' defense. ranked Ranks in the top three in points and yards allowed.

And while his success on one side of the ball, like Quinn, never quite translated into the overall operation of the franchise, it should be said that he led the Jets to back-to-back AFC Championship appearances in 2010 and 2011. But the Jets weren't back in the playoffs after he left.

Ryan has developed somewhat of a negative reputation for himself as a bold, brash and outspoken guy, but his years as an analyst for ESPN have made him a popular choice for NFL decision-makers. seems to be in a better position. All he can do now is move forward as best he can.

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