Bills hire strength coaches

The Buffalo Bills have announced the hiring of a strength and conditioning coach.

Actually, they’ve hired two.  And neither is named Bill Romanowski.

The co-strength and conditioning coaches are Michael Scott and Jim Halpert Eric Ciano and John Gamble.

Couldn’t they have just hired one guy to be the strength coach and the other one the conditioning coach?

16 responses to “Bills hire strength coaches

  1. Bils? Wow… two miscues in one headline.
    Get some sleep, Florio. Super Bowl Week must have kicked your ass?

  2. with the injury problems we had during the jauron era, they needed to have an extra strength coach

  3. “Couldn’t they have just hired one guy to be the strength coach and the other one the conditioning coach?”
    Take two coaches into the shower? Not me! Now I just Wash ‘n Go!
    (That joke probably doesn’t mean much outside of the UK…)

  4. You need to get your minions to adhere to your standard regarding corrections (i.e. own it and not simply pretend it never happened, like all other sites do). They simply change the mistake then don’t post the reply that pointed it out. I think if they did emulate you, you’d see how little they proofread.

  5. A high school strength and condition coach would be better than what we had this past year. Good hire.

  6. Couldn’t they have just hired one guy to be the strength coach and the other one the conditioning coach?
    They were going to but they both wanted to be the strength coach and not the conditioning coach so Ralph Wilson proposed to cut the job in half and b/c non of them were the real mother of the job they excepted the proposal and let him cut the strength coach job in half. Wilson was so distraught that they both allowed him to cut the strength coach job in half that he forced them both to be the conditioning coach too.

  7. Keep in mind that eventhough there are 2 coaches, Old Ralph made them split the salary because he is toooooo cheap to pay 2 guys!

  8. Every team has two strength and conditioning coaches. One guy is usually an assistant, but still paid full salary. This is not unusual. Teams usually fire strength and conditioning coaches after one season of injuries topping off in the twenties. So it is unusual that it took this long to get new S&C coaches.

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