Sherman in the lead for the Bills sources have learned that former Green Bay Packers head coach Mike Sherman is the leading candidate for the Buffalo Bills vacant head coaching spot.

Sherman interviewed with Bills owner Ralph Wilson and General Manager Marv Levy on Wednesday. Levy came away more impressed with Sherman than Wilson did, during their interview as Sherman explained his philosophies, teachings, and his admiration of quarterback J.P. Losman.

Dick Jauron interviewed with the Bills on Tuesday and is rumored to have a good relationship with Marv Levy. However, owner Ralph Wilson is favoring Jauron moreso than Levy.

Former Saints head coach Jim Haslett isn't favored by Wilson and Levy as much as many media reports have indicated. The Bills contacted Haslett however that was more than likely as a preliminary contact as they do to many candidates. Haslett is the front runner for the Detroit Lions job and he will go for his second interview Wednesday evening in Detroit.

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