Rex Ryan Doesn't Think The Play That Ended Brian Cushing's Season Was Dirty | Robert Littal Presents BlackSportsOnline

Rex Ryan Doesn’t Think The Play That Ended Brian Cushing’s Season Was Dirty

by Quierra Luck | Posted on Wednesday, October 10th, 2012
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Jets coach Rex Ryan reviewed the tapes from NY Jets v. Houston Texans game and he sees nothing with the hit that ended Brian Cushing season.

“What I saw on that tape, I don’t remember that specific play, but I would never question our guys as far as trying to injure someone or try and do something not in the confinement of the rules,” Ryan said, via the Star-Ledger.

“I never saw anything specifically I was just watching our game tape,” Ryan said. “I’ll say this — we got rolled up a few times in our game, and sometimes in this game you gotta be fortunate to avoid some injury. I don’t know what happened in Brian’s case. Obviously he’s a tremendous football player and I hate to see any player suffer a serious injury.”

Texans LB Brian Cushing suffered a torn ACL from a low hit by Jets guard Matt Slauson, unfortunately Cushing is out for the season.

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