Report: Bills Likely to Dismiss Kromer

NFL sources have told Joe Buscaglia of WKBW-TV in Buffalo that the Bills are likely to part ways with offensive line coach Aaron Kromer.

Earlier this week, Vic Carucci of the Buffalo News reported that a decision on Aaron Kromer’s future could come at the end of the week. No official decision has been announced to date, but NFL sources have told Joe Buscaglia of WKBW-TV that the Buffalo Bills are likely to part ways with Kromer.

 Kromer is currently on indefinite paid administrative leave after being arrested on a misdemeanor battery charge. According to the police report, Kromer pushed a minor to the ground and punched him. Later, Kromer threatened to kill the boy’s family if he reported the incident to the police. Kromer will appear in court in August 12, about two weeks into Bills training camp.

An NFL source stated that Buffalo is prepared to promote Kurt Anderson to offensive line coach. Anderson, entering his third year with the Bills, is currently the team’s assistant offensive line coach.


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