Fans that don’t like listening to Brian Billick announce games could get some relief next year.
Jason Cole of Yahoo! Sports reports that Billick is expected to interview next week for the Buffalo Bills’ head coaching job. Billick didn’t exactly deny the claim when asked.
“I have not had any contact with the Bills so far,” Billick said. (But maybe his agent has.)
Buffalo is expected to enter phase two of their head coaching search next week after the first group of big name coaches turned them down.
Judging purely on record, Billick has a resume that merits more coaching buzz than he’s received since getting fired by the Ravens. In nine years with Baltimore, Billick went 80-64, with four playoff appearances and a Super Bowl title.
His failure to develop a quarterback for the Ravens could be a big negative to a Bills team desperate for help at the position.
Florio passed along the news that the Bills are also expected to speak with Chargers defensive coordinator Ron Rivera.