MP3: B&C Morning Show: Rex’s R&R, Jets’ Uncertain Future And Ray Lewis’ Legacy

03.01.2013

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B&C Morning Show: Rex’s R&R, Jets’ Uncertain Future And Ray Lewis’ Legacy MP3

With Rex Ryan avoiding the media by vacationing with his wife in the Bahamas, Boomer and Craig were forced to speculate on the Jets’ uncertain future — specifically if ‘Sexy Rexy’ is in Woody Johnson’s plans for the team. As the layers are peeled back, it’s starting to seem like there is no ‘plan’ to speak of currently in place, which just adds to the soap opera t... Source: newyork.cbslocal.com

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