The Buffalo Bills sent the media into a firestorm on Saturday night, as it was reported that former Jets HC Rex Ryan would be interviewing for a second time with the team.
Fast forward to this morning and Adam Schefter has reported that the Bills and Ryan have agreed on terms that would make the former divisional foe the next Buffalo Head Coach. The deal is rumored to be for five years and $27.5 million according to multiple outlets.
While many members of the media and the Bills fan base may be unsure of the move, one definite is that the Buffalo defense will continue to be elite in 2015.
Now that the Bills have a head coach, the biggest question remaining is who will Rex and the crew bring in to run the offense? Former San Francisco Offensive Coordinator Greg Roman and Chicago Bears Head Coach Mark Trestman are said to be in the mix.