The Buffalo Bills have interviewed a dozen candidates for their head coaching position and now appear to have settled on Rex Ryan
A person familiar with discussions tells The Associated Press that Rex Ryan has agreed to coach the Bills after six years as head coach of the New York Jets. Ryan led the Jets to the AFC title game his first two seasons with the team. Can he do the same for Buffalo?
WBFO's Chris Jamele spoke with Analyst Matt Sabuda about the hire. Sabuda is a regular guest on "Beyond the Playbook," a regular feature on WBFO.
We will keep you updated with details as this story develops.