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Rex Ryan claims he knew Jacoby Brissett was starting

Maybe Rex Ryan wasn’t pretending to be a reporter, after all. Four days after he pretended to be “Walt Patulski of the Buffalo News” to pose a question to Patriots receiver Julian Edelman during a media conference call, Ryan said after a 16-0 win that his pregame sleuthing had paid off. “My sources inside the…
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