WNYREIS Rex Ryan's House

Fired as coach of the Buffalo Bills in late December, Rex Ryan is making some lifestyle changes. For example, his pickup truck, which was once decked out with Bills' colors and logos, now features some magnets representing Clemson, where his son is a reserve receiver.

And his 6,511-square-foot house in Orchard Park has hit the market for $1,100,000, according to Realtor.com.

As you can see, Ryan was pretty aggressive in decorating his house with Bills paraphernalia.

Street View

WNYREIS Rex Ryan's House

The house is on a lot of 1.38 acres.

Fireplace

WNYREIS Rex Ryan's House

This is one of five fireplaces in the house, and they probably all get plenty of use, given the area's climate.

Living Room

WNYREIS Rex Ryan's House

The two-story house was built in 2004.

Office

WNYREIS Rex Ryan's House

Is this where Rex drew up his blitz packages?

Bedroom

WNYREIS Rex Ryan's House

This is one of four bedrooms.

Bedroom -- Reverse Angle

WNYREIS Rex Ryan's House

See how the room opens up toward the master bathroom and the walk-in closet.

Bathroom

WNYREIS Rex Ryan's House

The listing shows that the house has five full bathrooms and four half baths.

Wine Room

WNYREIS Rex Ryan's House

Rex says he isn't a big red wine guy, but drank his fair share when interviewing for the Buffalo job because that's what the Bills owner likes.

Game Room

WNYREIS Rex Ryan's House

Strong Bills representation in the decor.

Big Screen

WNYREIS Rex Ryan's House

Check out the Bills photos on the wall and the helmets lined up below the TV.

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