Rex Ryan, the Buffalo Bills' new coach, attended Tuesday night's Red Wings-Sabres game at First Niagara Center, alongside four Jets assistant coaches who are likely to join him with the Bills.
There's secondary coach Tim McDonald, defensive coordinator Dennis Thurman, linebackers coach Bobby April III and offensive assistant Tony Sparano Jr., the son of former Jets offensive coordinator Tony Sparano all taking in the game from a luxury suite.
Bills coach Rex Ryan watches the 3rd period of the Sabres & Wings game from a suite. @TheBuffaloNews @BNHarrington pic.twitter.com/cwjVfcGG7m
— Harry Scull Jr (@hsjrphoto) January 14, 2015
You can bet the Bills' owner, Terry Pegula, who also owns the Sabres, hooked old Rex up with those fancy seats. And the Sabres gear was nice welcoming gift. Too bad it won't make up for this nasty-looking pizza the team greeted Ryan with.
We'll have one cheese pizza with extra Rex, please. #WelcomeRex Huge thanks to our friends at La Nova! pic.twitter.com/K1XAdEVZ6Q
— Buffalo Bills (@buffalobills) January 13, 2015
But, before the lap-band surgery, I would bet on the food.