Rex Ryan borrows "All-In" motto for Bills
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Buffalo Bills head coach Rex Ryan has made it no secret that he is a fan of everything Clemson with his son Seth Ryan currently on the Clemson football team.
The veteran head coach revealed to the media on Monday afternoon that he has been using the 'All-In' phrase to motivate his players during offseason workouts.
"Everything we do, we got to be all-in," Ryan said Monday via ESPN. "Whether it's our preparation, our dedication, our commitment to each other in the classroom. All of it has got to be all-in for us to have the kind of season that we want to have. That gives us the best shot to be successful.
Ryan went on to credit Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney with the inspiration.
"It was a great slogan, he used it several years ago," Ryan said. "I think it's something that resonates really well with our football team. Because what you're trying to ask him to do is, it's tough.
#Bills HC Rex Ryan: You know me, if it's good, I'll steal it. I stole the "All In" mantra for us to use.— Joe Buscaglia (@JoeBuscaglia) April 18, 2016
#Bills HC Rex Ryan says he stole the idea from Clemson HC Dabo Swinney— Joe Buscaglia (@JoeBuscaglia) April 18, 2016
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