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Bills hire Lake Dawson to college scouting job

The Bills continue to collect experienced personnel men to work with their first-time head coach and General Manager.

The team announced that Lake Dawson had been hired as their assistant director of college scouting.

Dawson has 22 years of experience in the league, and has interviewed for a number of G.M. jobs himself over the years. He worked for the Browns last season, but had spent the previous nine years with the Titans, where he was the vice president of player personnel.

Coincidentally, he and Beane both interviewed for the Panthers G.M. job in 2013 before the Panthers hired Dave Gettleman.

New Bills G.M. has assembled a good staff on the fly, with vice president of player personnel Brian Gaine and assistant G.M. Joe Schoen coming on board in recent days, along with director of pro personnel Malik Boyd.

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5 Responses to “Bills hire Lake Dawson to college scouting job”
  1. joetoronto says: May 18, 2017 12:36 PM

    All these hires and they all report to Kim Pegula.

    Good luck with that.

  2. nytroutdog says: May 18, 2017 2:03 PM

    This has a decidedly different feel than the last 20. Seems as though they are finally deciding to write the ship.

  3. onebuffalove716 says: May 18, 2017 2:21 PM

    This is a really good staff being put together and the above is right. This is different in look and feel. You even get that sense from players who’ve been here a while. Doesn’t mean they will win or win right away but at least they are doing things right

  4. polksaladandy says: May 18, 2017 2:37 PM

    Bills hired Lake? Well, that’s Erie.

  5. jayhawk6 says: May 18, 2017 3:35 PM

    Tough player for the Chiefs–he drew a lot of complaints from the other side for his down field blocking. Marty loved him, but knee injuries curtailed his playing days.

    Good to see him be successful on the back office side.

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