Last weekend, Ryan and his twin brother, Rob, were engaged in a bar fight at Margaritaville Nashville. But the fun reportedly didn't end there. Nashville, home of the mobile bar, country music and the surging Predators, also played host to one notable bachelorette party.
Call him Eat-a-Ped Rex. Have fun with it. Between not denying it and telling the team it embarrassed him, I think we can safely assume the story is true and the star of the videos is Michelle Ryan.
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He was asked about the videos throughout the conference, but continued to maintain that it was "a personal matter," according to ESPN. One video shows a woman presenting her feet and toes from an SUV window to an off-screen cameraman who touches them. Other videos show the woman sitting on a couch and rubbing her feet. This is the latest headline-grabbing story to hit the NFL because of a Deadspin feature.
Just as the story about their trainer intentionally tripping an opposing player during a game was dying down, the Jets now have another distraction to deal with as they head toward the playoffs. No judgment here — what two adults do in the privacy of their own home is up to them. Furthermore, a Jets spokesman will surely just weaken the case with a strong denial.
A day after a series of bizarre foot-fetish videos were made widely available featuring a woman who looks like the wife of Rex Ryan, the Jets coach refused to answer questions on the matter this afternoon, saying it is a "personal issue. Ryan did not deny, however, that his wife is the star of a series of foot-fetish YouTube videos. The four videos posted Tuesday afternoon on the sports gossip site Deadspin.
The New York Jets are on the verge of making the playoffs, but the focus once again is off the field as coach Rex Ryan is being asked whether his wife, Michelle, posted foot-fetish videos on the Internet. In a conference call with Chicago reporters and at his news conference later Wednesday leading up to Sunday's big game with the Bears, Ryan didn't deny a Deadspin. At his news conference, he was asked repeatedly about the videos and said many times: "It's a personal matter.
AP -- New York Jets coach Rex Ryan says it's a "personal matter" and declined to talk about a "foot-fetish" report posted by the sports website Deadspin that show four videos of a woman who bears a close resemblance to Ryan's wife, Michelle. The videos show a woman displaying her toes to an off-screen cameraman who, in one video, sounds a lot like the coach. The two are having an intimate chat about her feet. During his news conference Wednesday, Ryan declined several times to discuss the situation.
It's been a busy year for body parts below the waist with the Jets. It seemed to reach its end when Sal Alosi stuck out his knee against the Dolphins. Alas, that was neither the conclusion nor the strangest development in a Jets season that refuses to stop producing plot twists worthy of another HBO show.