For the first time in six years Rex Ryan inherits an entirely new roster of players. Back in 2009 when he was named head coach of the Jets, the offseason practice rules were far different from what they are now. There is far less contact in offseason practices and fewer practices overall. So how much does Ryan and his staff have to tweak and change to have the team properly prepared going into training camp with far less time on the field under the new CBA?
“We feel pretty good about the structure we have in place,” Ryan told Buffalobills.com. “Obviously we have great teachers and being able to implement your systems is important. I was kidding Greg (Roman) that I had to bring a cart with our offensive playbook. But we are going to have extensive playbooks on both sides of the ball, but it’s the way we teach the fundamental part of it and getting the foundation is something that we talk about because that’s the critical part. Once you get the foundation set then it just broadens from there.
“We’re confident we’ll get everything done. We’ll have everything going in there and use whatever it takes to win each particular week.”
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