Bills Looking for Help to Evaluate Team?

Jason La Canfora reports that the Buffalo Bills are looking to add a 'football man' to evaluate the organization after the season. There are some interesting names mentioned in La Canfora's report.

Terry and Kim Pegula may be looking for outside help to evaluate the Buffalo Bills in the offseason. 

According to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports, the Pegula family wants to bring in an experienced football man to help them oversee their transition as owners of the Bills. 

La Canfora mentioned Ernie Accorsi, Mike Holmgren and Ron Wolf as candidates for the job. Accorsi is best known for his stint as GM of the New York Giants. He was last hired as a consultant with the Carolina Panthers in 2012. Holmgren,was a very successful head coach with the Green Bay Packers and Seattle Seahawks and has experience in the front office. He served as Executive Vice President and GM of the Seahawks and in 2010 he took a job as president of the Cleveland Browns. Wolf served as GM of the Green Bay Packers from 1991-2001. Wolf has also worked with the San Diego Chargers as a consultant.

One other interesting tidbit from La Canfora's report? If the Bills make coaching changes after the season, Chargers OC Frank Reich would be considered a frontrunner. Reich of course served as backup QB from 1985-1994.


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