Great moments in Rex Ryan cursing up a storm

Rex Ryan curses at referees, opposing players and his own players.

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Foul-mouthed Jets coach Rex Ryan was fined $100,000 by the NFL on Friday for dropping a massive f-bomb, caught by CBS cameras, during the closing seconds of his team’s win against the Steelers on Sunday.

Ryan was upset that Pittsburgh safety Mike Mitchell had jumped over the Jets offensive line while the team was running a kneel-down play to run out the clocks.

This is hardly the first time Ryan has been caught by cameras hurling expletives.

Here is a roundup of some of his greatest hits.

Nov. 23, 2009: "F— them" was Ryan’s reaction to the Patriots throwing the ball late while having a big lead.

Jan. 17, 2010: This was just some generic cursing in the locker room after New York beat San Diego in a playoff game.

Jan. 24, 2010: Rex lost it when the Jets were called for a penalty during the AFC title game against the Colts.

August, 2010: HBO’s "Hard Knocks" caught Ryan’s expletive-filled speech to his team at the start of training camp.

Aug. 15, 2011: Rex even lets the f-bombs fly during exhibition games. When he couldn’t get his teammate to call timeout against the Texans, he unloaded.

Nov. 13, 2011: Ryan told a trash-talking fan in the stands to "shut the f— up."