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Buffalo Bills News - January 18, 2017

Marker Trading for Philip Rivers looks like a long shot for Bills [1:55 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'It's that time of year when a single, vaguely sourced post on social media can start speculation. Such was the case Monday, when a tweet was sent out about Philip Rivers not wanting to move with the Chargers to Los Angeles.'

Marker Anthony Lynn has forgettable first moment as Chargers' coach [1:54 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Lynn, who finished the 2016 season as the Buffalo Bills' interim coach, was officially introduced Tuesday as the new head coach of the Los Angeles Chargers. In his first official meeting with the media in each city, he misspoke in a rather embarrassing way.'

Marker 3 Buffalo Bills ranked among ESPN Insider's top 50 potential free agents [1:53 AM]
Syracuse Post Standard reports: 'Buffalo has quite a few talented players who could fit the market. ESPN Insider's John Clayton recently ranked the top 50 potential 2017 NFL free agents and three Bills made the list.'

Marker Bills owner Terry Pegula thinks criticism of Doug Whaley is 'grossly unfair' [1:52 AM]
Syracuse Post Standard reports: '"Because he's our GM," Pegula said. "The GM, whether it be hockey, football, baseball, whatever, their job is not to win a press conference. It's to build a team and win championships. If I have a GM and people think his press conferences are a disaster every year, but we start winning, who cares? Let the media say what they want to say. I know there's a guy in New England who gets criticized a lot, but he wins. It's not all about winning the news conference."'

Marker McDermott could make signing Stephon Gilmore a higher priority [1:51 AM]
Batavia Daily News reports: 'But Ryan’s defense isn’t the only one that took a dip. McDermott, who spent 2011-2016 running his 4-3 scheme in Carolina, also had a noticeable dip in his defense in 2016 and it coincidences with the departure of cornerback Josh Norman.'

Marker Bills hire ex-Rams coordinator Boras to coach tight ends [1:50 AM]
AP reports: 'He becomes the second former Rams assistant to join the Bills after Mike Waufle was hired to serve as defensive line coach last weekend.'

Marker Boras named Bills' tight end coach [1:49 AM]
The Sports Xchange reports: 'Boras spent his first 11 years of his coaching career in the college ranks, working with DePauw, Texas, Benedictine and Nevada-Las Vegas.'

Marker Rex Ryan's Bills-themed pickup truck has new theme: Clemson [1:48 AM]
ESPN reports: 'In addition to removing the Bills' colors from his truck, Ryan also put his house on the market Tuesday. The nine-bathroom Orchard Park, New York home is listed at $1.1 million and spans 6,511 square feet. Ryan bought the property for $975,000 in 2015.'

Marker Olson willing to adapt scheme, but results have been uninspiring [1:47 AM]
WGR-AM reports: 'Olson’s offenses have ranked in the lower third of the league in almost every major statistical category on a yearly basis. In ten seasons as an OC, he’s only had one top ten finish in total yards, points scored, rushing yards, or rushing TDs. He’s had only two top ten finishes in total passing yards and passing TDs. His best season was over a decade ago in St. Louis when the Rams finished the season sixth in yards and tenth in points scored. They were eighth in passing yards that year. Otherwise, there are a lot of mid-20 area rankings for Olson’s groups. Here are Olson’s offensive rankings as a coordinator...'.

Marker Report: Olson to interview for Bills OC, Childress out [1:46 AM]
WGR-AM reports: 'Olson, 53, has been an offensive coordinator for five different teams, including the Lions (2004-05), Rams (2006-07), Buccaneers (2008-11), Raiders (2013-14), and Jaguars (2015-16). He was fired by the Jags in October of last season.'

Marker 5 names Bills should consider for O.C. [1:45 AM]
WKBW-TV reports: 'So, what if the Bills looked outside the box for the offensive coordinator vacancy? Five names they should consider, in no particular order...'.

Marker Bills name Rob Boras tight ends coach [1:44 AM] reports: 'Boras joins the Bills after spending the last two seasons as the Rams’ offensive coordinator. He originally began coaching in the NFL in 2004 with the Chicago Bears (2004-2009) and has spent time with the Jacksonville Jaguars (2010-2011) in addition to the Rams (2012-2016).'

Marker William & Mary coach saw McDermott's leadership early [1:43 AM] reports: '“We knew of him and we knew of his abilities,” said Laycock. “That was something we have been doing ever since I’ve been here is not using all of our scholarships for just scholarship players and try to really have a strong walk on class. Bring in good, young guys and get them to work hard and earn their scholarships. Sean was a perfect example of that.”'

Marker Bills Today: Alexander named to PFWA All-AFC team [1:42 AM] reports: 'Alexander was named to the Pro Football Writers of America All-AFC team. The PFWA tweeted their All-NFL team as well as their all conference teams for the AFC and NFC. Alexander was the only Bills player named for any of the PFWA lists.'

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January 17, 2017

Marker Bills' new D-line coach won't pull any punches [1:59 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Sure, Waufle's 62 years old and some of the players he coaches are almost 40 years younger. He doesn't care. Waufle is an ex-Marine with zero tolerance for insubordination. He has even less than that for incompetence.'

Marker Buffalo Bills interviewing Greg Olson for offensive coordinator vacancy (report) [1:58 AM]
Syracuse Post Standard reports: 'In 2015, Olson had some success in Jacksonville. He helped the Jaguars offense finish 18th in total offense. Blake Bortles, then in his second season, threw for 4,428 yards while throwing 35 touchdowns and 18 interceptions. Allen Robinson also emerged in 2015 at wide receiver. Robinson caught 80 passes for 1,400 yards and 14 touchdowns that season.'

Marker Former Buffalo Bills assistant Rob Ryan to interview for Washington job (report) [1:57 AM]
Syracuse Post Standard reports: 'Rob Ryan has bounced around the league as a defensive coordinator. He has served as a defensive coordinator with the Oakland Raiders (2004-2008), Cleveland Browns (2009-2010), Dallas Cowboys (2011-2012) and New Orleans Saints (2013-2015).'

Marker Buffalo Bills' Lorenzo Alexander named to 2016 PFWA All-AFC team [1:56 AM]
Syracuse Post Standard reports: 'Alexander joined the Bills in free agency and was expected to provide linebacker depth while playing on special teams. Alexander found himself in Buffalo's starting lineup after first round pick Shaq Lawson underwent shoulder surgery.'

Marker Report: Bills targeting two for OC position [1:55 AM]
WGR-AM reports: 'Childress, a co-offensive coordinator for the Chiefs under Andy Reid, was a former head coach with the Minnesota Vikings from 2006-2010. Childress had a 39-35 record with the Vikings and was replaced by current Bills defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier.'

Marker Quarterback, quarterback, quarterback [1:54 AM]
WGR-AM reports: 'The Bills could make the playoffs with Tyrod Taylor but there's only so far Taylor can take you. Hopefully the Bills know that and have that in mind as they formulate their off season game plan.'

Marker Bills O.C. candidates Olson and Childress by the numbers [1:53 AM]
WKBW-TV reports: 'Brad Childress, based on the numbers in almost every single category listed, has shown to be the superior candidate. The trouble there, however, is that he hasn't had been the full-on offensive coordinator of a team since 2012 in Cleveland. Much of Childress' success can be considered outdated based on how the game has evolved.'

Marker Five things that need to happen for the Bills to stop the slump at 17 years [1:52 AM]
WHAM-TV reports: 'The Bills have to make a decision on their quarterback by March 11. If you pick up his option, you're locked into him for at least a couple more seasons, and owe him $30.5 million dollars guaranteed. That seems like a lot of money, but for the quarterback position in today's NFL, it's not.'

Marker Bills Today: Closing in on an OC [1:51 AM] reports: 'Kansas City Chiefs co-offensive coordinator Brad Childress and former Jacksonville Jaguars offensive coordinator Greg Olson are the favorites to land the job.'

January 16, 2017

Marker Childress, Olson emerge as top candidates for Bills' OC job [1:59 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Olson, who the Jacksonville Jaguars fired as their offensive coordinator late last October, is also considered "a top target" of the Bills, Rapoport reported and The News confirmed. Former Bills offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett replaced Olson in Jacksonville.'

Marker Buffalo Bills safety Aaron Williams planning to come back in 2017 (report) [1:58 AM]
Syracuse Post Standard reports: '"As far as weighing my options, it's hard," Williams said. "It's like a tipping scale. You have a lot of pros and you have a lot of cons. Sometimes you don't want to listen to the cons. That's one of the more important things that I've learned that you have to listen to the cons more than the pros."'

Marker Brad Childress and Greg Olson 'top targets' for Buffalo Bills OC job (report) [1:57 AM]
Syracuse Post Standard reports: 'Childress, currently in his first season as co-offensive coordinator of the Chiefs after serving the last three seasons as Kansas City's spread game analyst.'

Marker Sean McDermott begins to assemble Buffalo Bills coaching staff [1:56 AM]
Syracuse Post Standard reports: 'Four coaches have agreed in principle to join McDermott's staff and one coach has been retained. Here's a look at each coach.'

Marker Local fans indifferent over hire of McDermott as head coach [1:55 AM]
Dunkirk Observer reports: '“I’m completely numb to the Buffalo Bills. Nothing they do excites me, nothing they do annoys me. It’s probably the worst possible category for a fan to place themselves in,” explained Fredonia resident Mike Rukavina. “The new coach seems fine, but we’ve heard enough talk, we’ve seen enough promises fall well short of the ultimate goal and we’ve spent far too long hoping that for just one season we can cheer for more than the mirage that’s constantly being offered each and every Sunday.”'

Marker Bills hire Hornell native Mike Waufle to coach d-line HIDE CAPTION MIKE WAUFLE [1:54 AM]
Hornell Evening Tribune reports: 'Waufle is a native of Hornell and began his coaching career at Alfred University as a defensive line coach in 1979.'

Marker Bills safety Aaron Williams leaning toward returning to play [1:53 AM]
AP reports: 'He was more definitive in a note posted on his Twitter account earlier in the day. In referring to Buffalo's hiring of new head coach Sean McDermott, Anthony Williams wrote: "Excited about the new HC (head coach) and Aaron coming back to be part of the team that finally brings playoffs and a SB (Super Bowl) to the deserving BLO fans."'

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