As he sat on a deck overlooking the Buffalo Bills’ practice field on a cloudy August morning during training camp, Rex Ryan sounded like a man in his final job. He’d bought a house near Buffalo, had it renovated and planned to live there with his wife and his dog and cats for many years. He was going to set roots and a legacy. It was Buffalo or bust.
“I’ve got a hell of a lot of football left in me,” Ryan said at the time. “It ain’t like we’re retiring or looking forward to retirement. I want to be here for 10 years, and when [owner] Terry [Pegula] says, ‘You know what? Let’s pass it on to someone else,’ I’ll say, ‘All right, sir.'”
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Article source: http://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/18358938/buffalo-bills-rex-ryan-last-stop
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