I saw the following sentence in today's New York Times:
Despite questions about their coach's outsize personality, the Jets have won three playoff games in two seasons under Rex Ryan.
As the expression 'outsize personality' is quite new to me, I consulted Google and found the following example containing it:
Obregón, Alejandro’s work was widely exhibited in Latin America and elsewhere and in 1956 he won first prize at the Guggenheim International Exhibition in New York. Edward Lucie-Smith described him as ‘an outsize personality'…
Does 'outsize personality' mean outspoken, carefree character? Does it sound positive or negative to the person when he or she was characterized so? What does it mean exactly?