CORTLAND, N.Y. -- After Tony Dungy was publicly critical of Rex Ryan's use of profanity, the Jets head coach left a message for Dungy, inviting him to see what Ryan and his team are all about. Dungy has called back and accepted the offer. "I did talk to Tony Dungy," Ryan said today. "He hasnt set the date yet, but he's excited to come out and see us and things like that. Were excited to have him." http://www.nj.com/jets/index.ssf/2010/08/tony_dungy_takes_rex_ryan_up_o.html && Of course this all stems from the current production of HBOs Hard-Knocks, but Dungy is kinda the modern day version of Tom Landry: quite and understated but highly respected, even revered by many football fans because of his success as an NFL Coach, his wisdom of the game, and the mans supreme sense of morality and ethics and what is proper behavior. Then at the other extreme you've got somebody like Rex Ryan. OK Ryan knows something about NFL defenses, actually quite a bit, but after that the comparison ends IMO. Of course the New York media thought Ryan was cool with his profanity and big mouth. They call it colorful, but Coach Dungy set that whole crowd straight along with Ryan himself. Maybe alot of Ryans players like him and his mouth, but you know there's a lot of young men in his locker-room that don't appreciate that foul-mouth, not to mention the one's watching the tube. And Coach Dungy knows it to even if Ryan dosen't.