Jets' Rex Ryan ran a red light causing a three-car crash: Report
Jets coach Rex Ryan walked away unscathed from a three-car crash on Jan. 14 in Pennsylvania, according to published reports Tuesday.
The boisterous coach allegedly slammed his red Mustang into another car after driving through an intersection, with that car then skidding into a third car, according to Deadspin.com, which first reported the story.
There were no reported injuries from the crash, but all three vehicles reportedly sustained "moderate" damage.
When police got to the scene, Ryan denied that he was speeding, but did not deny running the red light, and the cars' damage apparently backed up that story, Deadspin reported, citing a police source.
A team spokesman told the Daily News that Ryan received a "warning" for the accident, but not a citation. It was unclear whether Ryan was issued a ticket by the police.
The Jets didn't respond to a request for comment.