NY Jets coach 'did not deny causing the accident' after allegedly going through red light.
New York Jets head football coach Rex Ryan told authorities he was trying “to beat the light” when he apparently caused a minor three-car crash during the evening rush hour last week in Bethlehem, Pa., police said. The accident occurred at the intersection of Wyandotte and W. Third streets, just south of the Hill-to-Hill Bridge on Jan. 14 at 6:13 p.m. One eyewitness and the driver of one of the other two cars in the crash told police they saw a 2013 red Ford Mustang, which Ryan was driving, go through a red light as it traveled west along W. Third Street, police said. Though police said the investigation remains ongoing, the partially redacted accident report Bethlehem officials released Tuesday said Ryan, a Summit resident, received a …
'Quite honestly, after seeing what Madison did to Summit, I'm glad they're not on there,' he told reporters, according to the Star-Ledger.
Wednesday, April 18, 2012
The head coach of the New York Jets gave Madison High School's championship football team a shout-out Tuesday night, saying he requested his NFL team face Madison and Summit high schools in the coming season, but then had second thoughts about going up against the Dodgers, according to a Star-Ledger report. On a conference call about the season lineup, Rex Ryan joked to reporters he requested Madison and Summit, but they didn't appear on the schedule, the report said. But then, he thought, that might be for the best. "Quite honestly, after seeing what Madison did to Summit, I'm glad they're not on there," Ryan is quoted as saying. Ryan's son plays for Summit, and when the teams competed against each other for the championship in December, …