Rex Ryan in three-car accident

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Rex Ryan caused a traffic accident in Pennsylvania last week, just months after causing the accident that was the 2012 New York Jets.

Rex Ryan was in a three-car accident in Bethlehem, Pa. on Jan. 14 after running a red light according to Deadspin. Ryan reportedly ran a red light in his Mustang, crashed into another car and sent it into a third vehicle. All three cars sustained moderate damage, but no injuries were reported.

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Now that we know everyone is safe, we feel comfortable saying this is the second accident Ryan has caused in the past year, the first obviously being the 2012 New York Jets. Actually, that accident caused a lot more damage than this one, leaving several men unemployed and multiple quarterbacks with bruised egos.

It is unknown if after the accident Ryan claimed all three cars looked to be in good condition or if he believed that they were in a lot better situation than a lot of other drivers on the road. Ryan may hold onto his Mustang and possibly bring in a new car that doesn't handle well, but is wildly popular to use exclusively in parallel parking formations.

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