Former New York Jets and Buffalo Bills head coach Rex Ryan and his brother Rob appeared to get into a minor scuffle at a Nashville bar with some other patrons.
The Ryan brothers have been in Nashville rooting on the Nashville Predators in the Stanley Cup Final. But on Sunday, a video surface that showed the two instantly recognisable coaches getting into an incident with some other unidentified people.
It is impossible to tell from the video what led to the altercation, who was the aggressor, or even how it was resolved.
According to the New York Post, both brothers live in Nashville. The pair was seen at Game 2.
The even helped smash a car with sledgehammers, a growing tradition that fans pay for, with the money going to a Predators charitable foundation.
Rex Ryan was fired by the Bills in January after two seasons. He has since been hired by ESPN to be an analyst and will be in the booth for one of the “Monday Night Football” games in Week 1 of the 2017 season. Rob Ryan, who served as his brother’s defensive coordinator and assistant head coach, was also let go by the Bills after the season.
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