BUFFALO, N.Y. — Before taking a few days off during the Bills’ bye week, Coach Rex Ryan had a few frustrations to get off his chest Tuesday regarding the Seattle Seahawks, and one of their fans who taunted Buffalo assistant Kathryn Smith.

Ryan rallied to defend Smith, who was the target of sexist comments from the stands.

Ryan was particularly upset upon learning what happened to Smith, the NFL’s first full-time female assistant, during Buffalo’s 31-25 loss Monday night.

WROC-TV in Rochester, New York, filmed a male fan yelling, “Waitress! Waitress. Can I have a Pepsi, please,” at Smith as she walked along the sideline.

“Well, I think that’s ridiculous,” said Ryan, who promoted Smith to be Buffalo’s special teams quality control coach in January.

“I think that’s really classless,” Ryan said, noting he’s accustomed to being taunted.

“Now look, I get ripped all the time and that’s cool. I’m free game,” he said. “I’ve been called everything known to man and that’s OK. I’m the opposing head coach. That’s part of the gig.”

The fan was wearing a Seahawks jersey with a No. 1 on it and the words “Our House” printed on the back. The video shows a woman next to the fan slapping the man on his arm when he yelled “Waitress!” a third time.

VIKINGS: Minnesota held off on switching kickers for now, with the struggling Blair Walsh still in place.

After holding tryouts for several free agents, the Vikings didn’t put any signings on the league’s transaction log.

NFL Network reported the Vikings will keep Walsh after working out six kickers, including Randy Bullock and Kai Forbath.

BEARS: Chicago waived offensive lineman Cornelius Edison.

Edison has appeared in one game this season. He entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent out of Portland State with the Bears in 2015 and spent part of that season on Chicago’s practice squad.

WASHINGTON: Safety Will Blackmon expects to play Sunday against Minnesota despite a thumb injury he suffered before the bye week. Blackmon said he had a few pins placed in his left thumb during last week’s procedure and is ready to go after a week off.

Blackmon injured his left thumb in Week 8’s tie against Cincinnati in London. He wasn’t exactly sure how it popped out of place while attempting to tackle wide receiver A.J. Green.

GIANTS: Former coach Tom Coughlin will be inducted into the team’s Ring of Honor with former general manager Ernie Accorsi and retired defensive lineman Justin Tuck.

“It is a great honor,” said Coughlin, now a senior advisor to the team’s football operations department. “I do really appreciate the history.”