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Ray Lewis calls out Rex Ryan, New York Jets

Ray Lewis has had it with the New York Jets' yapping, trap-flapping ways and, really, he might have a point on this one after a summer of "Hard Knocks" and an exhaustive upcoming Rex Ryan profile.

"The game ain't played through tongues," Lewis said of his former defensive coordinator in Baltimore. "The game is played when you buckle up your chin strap. So, all this pressure [Ryan] wants to put on his team, I hope they can cash the check that he writes."

He's also looking forward to seeing Darrelle Revis on the field Monday night in the new Meadowlands. "I"m just glad he is signed, so there is no excuse" when the Ravens beat the Jets.

Back to you, Rex.

"I'm laughing. I think it's great," Ryan said. "We don't have to sneak up on people. It sounds like we got under Ray's nerves."

All delicious fodder although you have to think the Jets will make something of Lewis' Old Spice commercial (what did Saturn ever do to Lewis???), so let's call Ray vs. Rex a draw. For now.

By Cindy Boren  |  September 9, 2010; 1:44 PM ET
Categories:  NFL  
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WOW! this guy skated on a murder rap; he has no right to call out anyone, for anything

Posted by: bestmick1 | September 9, 2010 4:43 PM | Report abuse

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