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Buffalo Bills lose assistant OL coach to Arkansas

Kurt Anderson has taken a job at Arkansas as the team's offensive line coach

The Buffalo Bills lost one of their coaches on Saturday night. Assistant offensive line coach Kurt Anderson agreed to become the offensive line coach for the Arkansas Razorbacks. Football Scoop was the first to report the signing that was made official this evening.

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Bills tight end Chris Gragg, a former Arkansas Razorback, believes that Arkansas is a great fit for Anderson.

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Anderson served as Buffalo's offensive line coach during the first six weeks of the season while Aaron Kromer served a suspension. Anderson was well-respected by the Bills coaching staff as Rex Ryan kept Anderson on from the previous coaching regime. Anderson was on the 2013 staff that saw the offensive line help Buffalo's run game finish second in the league in rushing yards per game (144.8), as well as this season when the Bills were the best in the league on the ground.

Anderson took to Twitter on Saturday night to say some thank you to the Bills organization and fans.

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We here at Buffalo Football Report wish Anderson the best at Arkansas. 


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