Rex Ryan Lands Via Parachute in Niagara Falls, Won’t Discuss Kromer Situation

Rex Ryan

Buffalo Bills head coach landed safely via parachute at the Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station in New York. It appears this is something Ryan would definitely do again.

“That was unbelievable,” Rex Ryan said. “Ready to go again.”

Ryan was scheduled to jump out of an airplane Friday with the U.S. Army’s Gold Knights for the “Thunder of Niagara” Air Show and it looks like everything went off without a hitch.

Unfortunately, the air was let out of Ryan’s sails once he was asked about assistant coach Aaron Kromer, who has been placed on indefinite administrative leave due to his arrest for allegedly punching a minor.

Ryan responded with this vague answer:

“A lot of the process is still going on.”

Now that Ryan has lofted back to the Earth safely, reality checks in. Training camp starts soon where the Bills’ dreaded quarterback competition continues.

At least Ryan has a fabulous memory to start out his weekend.

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