Rex Ryan has been a favorite son of the New York media, and now he will be again because he's turning into the gift that keeps on giving with allegations his wife is the star of a series of foot fetish videos. The story broke on Deadspin. We're not here to judge, and whatever the Ryan's do with their free time is their business. Rex isn't running for office, he's the head coach of a football team. But Ryan already gets lots of "awesome" points for the way he handles the media, and just speaks his mind. Ryan always has advertised himself as an average "Joe" who is doing something he loves to do.
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New York Jets coach Rex Ryan says foot-fetish report 'a personal matter'
A top NFL coach was left embarrassed after he was ambushed by reporters during a press conference and quizzed over a website which appears to show his sexual fantasies and foot-fetish videos involving him and his wife. Rex Ryan, head coach of the New York Jets, was lost for words during the interview before telling reporters it was a 'personal matter' and refusing to answer the questions. He and his wife Michelle have been linked to several foot-fetish dating sites, in which a personal profile expresses an interest in threesomes and sexual 'torture'. Embarrassed: New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan has been linked with foot-fetish videos posted online that appear to feature his wife Michelle.
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It happens from time to time, but they have to be extremely smart or subtle to get away with it. Unlike the New York Jets, who say whatever they're going to say and deal with the consequences later. Rarely will you hear a player be as bold as Tom Brady was when he said " I hate the Jets " back in August. Now, I'm not saying that Wes Welker, who is known as the team prankster, was doing anything during his press conference. But reading through the transcript it's impossible not to notice the frequency in which he said the word "foot" or "toe".
Ryan is the son of former head coach Buddy Ryan and is the fraternal twin brother of Rob Ryan. From a young age, Ryan aspired to follow in his father's footsteps and become a professional football coach. After spending the majority of his youth in Canada, Ryan returned to the United States as a teenager where he attended college at Southwestern Oklahoma State University.