When Rex Ryan was hired as Bills head coach he said it was his last stop. It was and is his intention to coach here for a number of years, be very successful and retire. Now with his brother Rob Ryan on board as Assistant head coach/ Defense he shares that approach.
“This is his 20th season, or something like that,” said Rob Ryan of his brother Rex’s coaching resume’. “Mine the same way. Every time you move, you want it to be the spot that you can finish your career, have your 10 great years and then go out on your own terms. That’s what he wants to do here. That’s the vision here.
“He’s trying to build a continual winner and that’s what it is. The way you see the team assembling right in front of you, it’s got to be exciting. It really is. You had free agency, you had Shady McCoy. You get Tyrod Taylor, who’s going to be a great quarterback. You got Sammy Watkins already here from the draft. The way this draft was run, it’s awesome. So everything is being done the right way and it’s fun to be around it. It has energized everybody. Look, I’m running out of decals. It’s seven, eight teams, so I know what it feels like and it feels great. Just feels awesome.”
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