Aaron Kromer to Coach Bills Offensive Line

Aaron Kromer is finalizing a deal to be the Bills OL coach. He served as the Chicago Bears offensive coordinator in 2013 and 2014. Before his tenure with Chicago, Kromer had plenty of success as the New Orleans Saints' offensive line coach.

It appears that the Buffalo Bills have found their offensive line coach. Aaron Kromer, the former offensive coordinator of the Chicago Bears, is close to finalizing a deal with the Bills. The news was first reported by the Twitter account Football Scoop and later by Ian Rapoport of NFL Network. 

Kromer's offense in 2013 scored the second amount of points in the NFL behind the Denver Broncos. He served as Chicago's offensive line coach and offensive coordinator in 2013. This season, Kromer was strictly the offensive coordinator of the Bears. The team didn't match their productivity this season and Kromer was fired on December 29.

Before joining the Bears, Kromer was with the New Orleans Saints. He served as an interim head coach in 2012, going 2-4 while Joe Vitt served a six-game suspension. Kromer was the offensive line coach in New Orleans from 2009-2012. In his time with the Saints offensive linemen, New Orleans sent five players to a combined 10 Pro Bowls. His offensive line in New Orleans won the Madden Most Valuable Protectors Award twice for best offensive line.

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