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Rex Ryan asks $2.2M for his Summit, N.J., home

The Buffalo Bills coach paid $2.25 for the home in 2009
February 08, 2015 12:00PM

Former Jets coach Rex Ryan is shooting for a $2.2 million touchdown at his Summit, N.J., home.

Ryan listed the property after becoming the Bills head coach last month, according to The New York Post. He purchased the five-bedroom home for $2.25 million, slightly more than his current asking price, in May of 2009.

Coldwell Banker is marketing the home, but the brokers haven’t made any open reference to their famous seller in the listing. However, in the listing photos a Jets pillow and a giant Clemson helmet are visible. [NYP]Christopher Cameron