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Who will be the Bills next head coach? The process is underway. Buffalo interviewed their second Arizona Cardinals coach Wednesday. The met met with defensive coordinator Ray Horton. On Tueday the Bills interviewed recently fired Cardinals head coach Ken Whisenhunt.
Denver Broncos offensive coordinator Mike McCoy is set to interview with the Bills in Mile High City this weekend.
On Friday, Oregon head coach Chip Kelly will meet with the Bills. Kelly will first coach the Ducks tonight against Kansas State in the Fiesta Bowl.
Three years ago it appeared no one wanted the Bills gig, but the recent announcement of a new stadium lease, the promotion of Russ Brandon to president, the impending move that Doug Whaley will take over as g-m, plus an improved roster has actually made the Bills an attractice job. I know its hard to believe.
Just the fact Kelly has agreed to meet with the Bills speaks volumes. Kelly is the top name among college coaches. He is an offensive guru in fact Kelly, met with Bill Belichick and the Patriots three times over the past couple of years, according to the Boston Globe, to help Belichick implement the fast-pace no-huddle offense.
The fact that Brandon has an open check book from Ralph Wilson means anything is possible. Kelly to Buffalo would send shock waves around the league that Buffalo is no longer the Siberia of the NFL, but rather a relevant franchise that it use to be back in the 1990's when another guy named Kelly was guiding the Bills to four straight super bowls.