Rex Ryan has a 41-38 regular-season record as the Jets head coach.
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Rex Ryan will be retained as the Jets’ head coach, team owner Woody Johnson told the media after Sunday’s 20-7 win against the Dolphins.
Ryan, who is still under contract for another year, wants some type of commitment moving forward, so a contract extension could be in the works.
Despite wide scrutiny beginning last offseason, Ryan was able to lead the Jets to a respectable 8-8 record and second place in the AFC East. On top of that the Jets were plagued by an uneven season-long performance by rookie quarterback Geno Smith.
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Should Ryan stay in New York for the future, it’s likely that changes to his coaching staff would be made.