ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) — Rex Ryan enjoyed an opportunity to needle New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady.
And the Buffalo Bills new coach had much stronger words for New York Jets tight end Jace Amaro.
Ryan, on Wednesday, poked fun at Brady [picture above] for bouncing the ceremonial first pitch into the dirt before the Boston Red Sox’s home opener this week. At least, Ryan noted, the pitch he threw at the Triple-A Buffalo Bisons’ season opener got to the plate.
As for Amaro, the coach dismissed comments the tight end made to SiriusXM radio, by suggesting the Jets lacked accountability under Ryan last season.
Ryan stood by using a profanity to dispute Amaro’s accusation made in a Sports Illustrated article published this week. Ryan then waved his hand and said Amaro is “the least of my worries.”