We reported nine days ago that Stanford coach was (not could be, but was) a candidate for the Bills’ head-coaching job.
And Charley Casserly of CBS confirms it with his report that the Bills actually offered the job to Harbaugh.
Harbaugh turned it down, opting to stay at a second-tier college program over coming to the NFL.
So the Bills are still scrambling to find someone/anyone to take the job. And we can’t figure out the reason for it, unless the coaching fraternity has little regard for Russ Brandon, a non-football guy who has managed to keep himself in the thick of the franchise’s power structure.