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Rex lands parachute jump, stays mum on Kromer

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The Bills' head coach jumped out of an airplane on Friday with the United States Army's Golden Knights, and according to ESPN.com, everything went according to plan.

"That was unbelievable," Rex Ryan said. "Ready to go again."

Of course, the coach's elation from the controlled free fall was short lived. He still had to answer questions about embattled assistant Aaron Kromer, who was placed on indefinite paid leave earlier this week.

"A lot of the process is still going on," he said.

Such is the life of an NFL head coach. Even when he's floating thousands of feet above the ground, there's still plenty to think about that doesn't involve floating thousands of feet above the ground.

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