Rex Ryan Survived His Niagara Falls Skydive

The Buffalo Bills have been hit with some rough PR this week thanks to offensive line coach, Aaron Kromer, who allegedly punched a boy and threatened his family over some beach chairs. Fortunately, head coach Rex Ryan and his good vibes had a skydive scheduled this morning with the U.S. Army Golden Knights Parachute Team to help everyone forget that nasty incident ever occurred.

The Bills’ Twitter account documented Rex’s 12,500 foot freefall — and it was glorious:

TODAY!

Follow along with us here, on Facebook and Snapchat as Rex jumps from a plane in Niagara Falls. 📷: @NFL pic.twitter.com/J5NPW3cRmM

— Buffalo Bills (@buffalobills) July 17, 2015

Rex is ready. ✈️

(And yes, his shirt says: Don't hate me because I'm a little cooler. #RexSwag) pic.twitter.com/ihku0zFXcl

— Buffalo Bills (@buffalobills) July 17, 2015

This plane will carry Rex 12,500 feet up, then he'll free fall for 60 seconds.

Rex: "Pretty much my normal morning." pic.twitter.com/i7SZdPET2x

— Buffalo Bills (@buffalobills) July 17, 2015

As for why Rex would opt to jump out of a plane, he had a simple response:

Q: What made you want to jump from the plane today?

Rex: "I like living." pic.twitter.com/skFKpEwa9s

— Buffalo Bills (@buffalobills) July 17, 2015

Enough of the build-up, here’s Rex living his life to the fullest:

A different kind of touchdown. 👍 pic.twitter.com/Pd4cnDfhpG

— Buffalo Bills (@buffalobills) July 17, 2015

Just a textbook asslanding by Rex, we’d expect nothing less from the guy.

Additional photos of Rex’s skydiving adventure:

Precious cargo. Rex is locked in and on his way up.💯 pic.twitter.com/EGQECXGgYg

— Buffalo Bills (@buffalobills) July 17, 2015

REX HAS LANDED! pic.twitter.com/t95m5GzFyg

— Buffalo Bills (@buffalobills) July 17, 2015

And with that, he's off! pic.twitter.com/l6Tg8nyJZo

— Buffalo Bills (@buffalobills) July 17, 2015