CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora confirms Bills assistant GM Doug Whaley is expected to replace outgoing GM Buddy Nix, and that an announcement is likely to come Thursday.
Bills general manager Buddy Nix is "stepping away" from his role as GM and "transitioning" to special assistant.
Bills signed assistant GM Doug Whaley to a contract extension.
Bills hired Nathaniel Hackett as offensive coordinator.
New Bills coach Doug Marrone will not call plays on offense.
Bills hired Doug Marrone as head coach.
The Bills and Cardinals will interview Broncos OC Mike McCoy regarding their head coaching vacancies on Saturday.
The Bills are believed to be interviewing Syracuse's Doug Marrone on Friday, and Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports Marrone "looks poised to go pro" after four seasons in college.
The Bills will reportedly interview Oregon's Chip Kelly for their head coaching vacancy on Friday.
BuffaloBills.com confirms the Bills interviewed former Cardinals HC Ken Whisenhunt in Arizona on Tuesday.
CBS' Jason La Canfora confirms the Bills are "hoping to meet" with Oregon coach Chip Kelly, but that there's a "growing sense" Kelly may remain with the Ducks.
According to the Buffalo News, Bills CEO Russ Brandon is "fond" of ex-Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt and "would like the opportunity to land him as Chan Gailey's replacement."
The Bills have reportedly asked for permission to interview Broncos OC Mike McCoy for their head coaching vacancy.
A source tells NFL.com that Buddy Nix will remain the Bills' general manager for now.