Photo: Rex Ryan’s truck gets a Clemson makeover

When Rex Ryan accepted the Buffalo Bills head coaching job, he had his truck decorated in a wrap that was team colors. Of course, now that he has been fired from the Bills, he was going have to give his truck a makeover or get rid of it altogether.

Ryan went with the first option.

The former Bills head coach’s truck was spotted outside a mall near New Era Field earlier this week and it was proudly displaying Clemson decals.

Ryan’s son, Seth, is a member of the Clemson football program which defeated Alabama for the national championship earlier this month. The makeover was kind of expected, but still appreciated.

For #bills fans wondering, Rex Ryan parked next to me, the bills wrap on the truck is gone. It's now this: pic.twitter.com/D78bLcRBpk

— Brandon Wilczynski (@BrandonWNY) January 16, 2017

It may not be as fancy as the Bills wrapped truck was, but it will have to do. And hey, at least Clemson won a championship.

Last month, Rex Ryan said he'd have to be dragged kicking & screaming out of Buffalo. Moments ago, he left 1BD in his pickup. @News_8 #Bills pic.twitter.com/ug7FVJxXdK

— Dan Fetes (@danfetes) December 27, 2016

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