Bills To Hire Sean McDermott As Head Coach

It’s a done deal. The Bills are hiring Sean McDermott as their next head coach, Adam Schefter of tweets. Vic Carucci of The Buffalo News (on Twitter) hears that McDermott will receive a five-year deal.Sean McDermott (vertical)

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Initially, interim head coach Anthony Lynn appeared to be a shoo-in for the job, but amidst Lynn’s own reported trepidation about the partnership, the Bills conducted a thorough coaching search. Cardinals OC Harold Goodwin and Seahawks DC Kris Richard interviewed for the job while new Broncos head coach Vance Joseph and Eagles OC Frank Reich were named as candidates.

McDermott, meanwhile, was also a candidate for the Niners and the Chargers were looking to bring him in for a second interview. The Bills are crushing hard on the defensive guru they did not want to risk losing him to another team.

Meanwhile, McDermott has a solid relationship with former Chargers head coach Mike McCoy and Carucci hears hears that he would hire him as his offensive coordinator. McDermott’s likely DC in Buffalo will be Carolina linebackers coach Al Holcomb, a source tells Adam Schefter of (on Twitter).

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5 comments on “Bills To Hire Sean McDermott As Head Coach

  1. Joe Friday

    Another pick worthy of a third rate President and GM destined to both be fired before this year is over. CHEAP and Arrogant leadership never wins out.

  2. LGBT Raven Lover

    These same teams will be searching for coaches in a year or two. Bad, bad hires so far.

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