ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) - The Buffalo Bills have a new head coach, according to ESPN.
The cable sports network’s reporter Mike Rodak Tweeted that the Bills had agreed to terms with Sean McDermott.
The Bills have agreed to terms with Sean McDermott to be their next head coach, source tells ESPN NFL Insider... https://t.co/ejldWwyYo0— Mike Rodak (@mikerodak) January 11, 2017
Earlier in the week, rumors swirled that Buffalo was “zeroing in” on the Panthers’ defensive coordinator.
During his six years with Carolina, four of McDermott’s defenses were top ten defenses and the 2015 squad was a big reason why Carolina went to the Super Bowl.
McDermott is replacing Rex Ryan – who spent two years in Orchard Park.
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