Jets tight end Jace Amaro is not bracing himself for a fight the next time he sees former coach Rex Ryan.

Ryan, now the coach of the Bills, has ripped Amaro three times since the second-year tight end made comments about the Jets lacking accountability last season.

Amaro said he was unfazed by Ryan’s attacks.

“That’s the way he is, I guess,” he said.

Ryan initially ripped Amaro in Sports Illustrated, then again in a press conference and finally in an interview on WFAN. He has talked tough about Amaro facing retribution for his comments when the Jets and Bills play this season.

“To be honest with you, I really wasn’t worried about it,” Amaro said. “I had no intention of attacking anybody, especially Rex. I have the utmost respect for the guy. He gave me a chance to play in this league before anybody else. That’s an everlasting thank you to him.”

Amaro’s initial comments were praising new coach Todd Bowles for stressing accountability. He said the Jets had a punctuality problem last year, something that was backed up by veteran guard Willie Colon. Amaro repeated his praise for Bowles on Tuesday.