Bills agree to hire Rick Dennison as offensive coordinator

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) Newly hired Buffalo Bills coach Sean McDermott is turning his offense over to former Denver Broncos coordinator Rick Dennison. The Bills on Thursday announced an agreement to hire Dennison as their offensive coordinator. He has 22 year of NFL coaching experience, including the past two running the Broncos' offense. Dennison has been a coach on Denver's...
Via Associated Press
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Buffalo Bills hire Rick Dennison as offensive coordinator

He has OC experience and a tie to Tyrod Taylor. The Bills announced that former Broncos and Texans offensive coordinator Rick Dennison will be taking the same job with the Bills under Sean McDermot We've agreed with Rick Dennison to be our offensive coordinator.— Buffalo Bills (@buffalobills) January 19, 2017 Dennison, 58, played nine years...
Via Buffalo Rumblings
3 hours ago

Bills agree to terms with Rick Dennison to become offensive coordinator

The Buffalo Bills have announced that the team has agreed to terms for Rick Dennison to become the team's offensive coordinator.
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Buffalo Bills to be reimbursed for Marcell Dareus’ 2016 suspension

The Bills will receive a cap credit for the four games that Dareus was suspended. The Buffalo Bills undoubtedly suffered when Marcell Dareus, the anchor of their defensive line, and one of, if not their best player on that side of the ball began the 2016 season on a four-game suspension for violating the NFL’s policy and program for substance abuse. The Bills accumulated a .500...
Via Buffalo Rumblings
9 hours ago

Kiper’s 1st mock has Bills taking QB at 10

The quarterback position will be one of major focus this offseason for the Bills knowing there’s a decision to make on Tyrod Taylor. That decision will impact Buffalo’s direction in the draft as well. ESPN NFL draft analyst Mel Kiper Jr. issued his first mock draft and has the Bills taking a quarterback. Kiper picked Clemson QB DeShaun Watson for Buffalo at pick 10. Here was...
Via Inside the Bills
11 hours ago

Buffalo Bills, Alex Van Pelt offensive coordinator rumors appear false

The Bills don’t have any interest in their former offensive coordinator. The Buffalo Bills are searching for their next offensive coordinator and it won’t be their former offensive coordinator according to Vic Carucci of The Buffalo News. It appears current Green Bay Packers quarterback coach and former Bills quarterback, quarterback coach, and offensive coordinator Alex Van...
Via Buffalo Rumblings
16 hours ago

Bills Today: Bills earn 'A' grade for McDermott hire

The Bills hiring of head coach Sean McDermott has been well received on the whole, including national reporters who have assigned grades to the recent round of coaching hires.
18 hours ago

Report: Bills interview Panthers QB coach for OC job

The Bills search for an offensive coordinator found head coach Sean McDermott sitting down with a familiar face for an interview Wednesday.  According to the Charlotte Ovserver the Bills interviewed Panthers QBs coach Ken Dorsey for the Bills OC post.  Dorsey has been on the Panthers coaching staff since 2013 after previously serving as a pro scout for the Panthers.  There are...
Via Inside the Bills
23 hours ago

Buffalo Bills hire Kelly Skipper to coach running backs

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) New Buffalo Bills head coach Sean McDermott has hired Kelly Skipper to oversee LeSean McCoy and the NFL's top-ranked running attack. Skipper takes over as Buffalo's running backs coach after spending the previous two seasons holding the same job with the Jacksonville Jaguars. He also spent eight seasons as an assistant in Oakland following a nine-year stint...
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Bills name Kelly Skipper running backs coach

The Buffalo Bills added Kelly Skipper to the team's coaching staff.
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QUIZ: Name every head coach in the history of the Buffalo Bills

With the start of the 2017 NFL season, the Buffalo Bills will begin with a new head coach, their 20th in franchise history which includes one Hall of Fame coach and one Hall of Fame player. How many of these leaders of the Bills can you name? Clue: Years Active
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Bills hire ex-Rams coordinator Boras to coach tight ends

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) Buffalo Bills new coach Sean McDermott continues filling out his staff by hiring Rob Boras to coach tight ends. Boras spent the past four seasons with the Rams, including the last two as offensive coordinator. Boras was previously an assistant with Jacksonville and Chicago, and spent his first 11 seasons coaching at the college level. He becomes the second...
Via Associated Press
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What are Sean McDermott’s top priorities as Buffalo Bills head coach?

Former Panthers Defensive Coordinator Sean McDermott was named the next Buffalo Bills head coach succeeding Rex Ryan and former interim head coach Anthony Lynn. The Bills signed McDermott to a five-year deal that they finished and finalized last week. It wasn’t a surprise when the Bills fired Rex Ryan with three games left in the season. Many believed that the head coaching job...
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Sean McDermott Looks to Succeed Where Others Like Him Have Failed

Stop me if you’ve heard this one before, “The Buffalo Bills have hired a defensive minded head coach.” Sean McDermott was hired to be the new head coach of the Bills on Wednesday, and much like all the men who were coaches for the Bills before him, he is a defensive head coach. The fact that the Bills have hired another defensive head coach makes me just a little worried. Including...
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Terry Pegula calls talk of Bills’ dysfunction ‘an insult’

It hasn’t been a great month of PR for the Buffalo Bills, but don’t tell ownership that the organization is dysfunctional. Owner Terry Pegula took exception to the Bills being hit with that label, and he considers it “an insult.” “I think that all started with some false information printed in the national media about our organization,” Pegula told Tim Graham of the...
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Bills HC Sean McDermott won’t commit to Tyrod Taylor

With a new staff coming in to Buffalo, led by former Carolina Panthers defensive coordinator Sean McDermott, it makes complete sense that the new coach will re-evaluate the entire roster. Doubly so at the quarterback position, where the Bills have Tyrod Taylor signed through 2019 but can easily cut him if need be. On that note, new head coach McDermott isn’t ready to commit to...
Via Sportsnaut
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Buffalo Bills: Time to move on from Tyrod Taylor

Nothing is official, but looking at the current state of the situation, it appears QB Tyrod Taylor and the Buffalo Bills are headed for a split.  Taylor, who went 15-14 in his two seasons as the Bills starter, signed a six-year, $92 million extension last offseason, a contract that included a team option after this season.  After Tyrod’s week 17 benching, as well as his recent...
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Bills hire Sean McDermott as new head coach

NFL coaching moves are coming in fast and furious on Wednesday. Mere minutes after it was announced that the Denver Broncos have hired Vance Joseph to become the team’s new head coach comes this juicy piece of information. According to CBS Sports NFL insider Jason La Canfora, Carolina Panthers defensive coordinator Sean McDermott has agreed to become the Buffalo Bills’ new...
Via Sportsnaut
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Bills could bring in Mike McCoy as offensive coordinator

With the Buffalo Bills seemingly closing in on a new head coach, it appears that things may already be in motion with regards to staff hires. According to Sal Capaccio of WGR, there is a possibility that Mike McCoy could be lined up to be the team’s offensive coordinator under Sean McDermott, the current favorite for the head coaching position. If Sean McDermott is new Bills...
Via Larry Brown Sports
8 days ago  |  Discuss

25 Super Bowl snacks you can make in a slow cooker

The Super Bowl will be here before you know it, and if you’re anything like us, you won’t want to miss a minute of the action. With this in mind, you may want to opt to serve snacks and bite-size treats at your party in lieu of full meals, because the smaller the food, the less you’ll have to look away from the TV. (It’s science.) Utilizing a slow cooker or crock pot also...
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Report: Bills ownership 'expressed remorse' for benching Taylor

Buffalo Bills ownership seems to at least recognize that some of their recent actions have put members of their staff in very awkward situations. According to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, Bills ownership recently expressed remorse to interim coach Anthony Lynn for intervening and making him bench quarterback Tyrod Taylor during Week 17. On #Bills search: Owners expressed remorse...
Via Larry Brown Sports
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Reggie Bush: The Beast that Never Was

Some might argue that the worst thing to be (in football) is someone who peaked in college, only to become an NFL dropout—so to speak. Such was the case for Tim Tebow and Johnny Manziel. Others might say that losing a career by failing to get your act together is the second-worst thing to losing it through injury. I would argue that a combination of the two is what would ultimately...
Via The Sports Post
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Bills ‘planning to move on’ from QB Tyrod Taylor

The Buffalo Bills are getting ready to once again start over at the quarterback position. According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, the Bills are “planning to move on” from quarterback Tyrod Taylor this offseason, with the expectation being that Buffalo will not pick up Taylor’s $15.5 million bonus this coming March. Taylor signed a five-year, $90 million extension with the Bills...
Via The Sports Daily
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Bills ask Eagles about interviewing Frank Reich

The Bills have reached out to the Eagles about interviewing offensive coordinator Frank Reich for their vacant head coaching position, according to Reich would be a splash hire for the Bills. He replaced an injured Jim Kelly in 1992 and led the Bills to an improbable comeback from a 35-3 deficit in a wild-card game against the Houston Oilers. The Bills won that game 41...
Via The Sports Daily
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Tyrod Taylor benching led to Rex Ryan being fired

The circumstances that led to Rex Ryan being fired before the Buffalo Bills’ Week 17 game have been revealed, and they are fascinating. Heading into the latter stages of the season, it was pretty much known that Ryan was already gone, but owner Terry Pagula did not want to fire his coach until after the season (more on that here). Then suddenly, Ryan was axed after the team...
Via Sportsnaut
16 days ago  |  Discuss

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