During the Thanksgiving edition of CBS’s The NFL Today, Charley Casserly ran down the list of candidates for the Bills’ head-coaching gig.
Though he offered up the likes of Jim Haslett and Marc Trestman without acknowledging the fact that those names had been out there for more than a week, Casserly identified a new candidate for the job.
Grimm, the Cardinals’ offensive line coach, was a finalist for top job in Pittsburgh nearly three years ago. It’s believed that Grimm actually had been told he’d be hired by the Steelers, but that the powers-that-be decided to go instead with Mike Tomlin.
Grimm has since not come close to being hired elsewhere as a head coach.
That could change in Buffalo — especially if, as expected, none of the “A” listers will be interested.