Rob Moore hired
Quick note on Moore: He told me last summer he had offer from Buffalo when Marrone first took job but decided to remain at Syracuse.— Nate Mink (@MinkNate) February 6, 2014
Dammit, Marrone: WR Coach Rob Moore Leaving Syracuse For Buffalo Bills - Troy Nunes Is An Absolute Magician
Our very funny sister blog covering Syracuse reacts to the hiring of Rob Moore in Buffalo.
WGR 550 SportsRadio - Bills Go Back To Syracuse Well, Name Moore WRs Coach
"This will be Moore's first job in the NFL as a coach. Meanwhile, the Bills now have all of their major positional coaches named and in tact for the start of the 2014 season. Moore replaces Ike Hilliard, who was let go one day after the season concluded in December."
Marrone taps Rob Moore of Syracuse as Bills receivers coach - Sports - The Buffalo News
"With Syracuse, Moore helped former Orange receiver Alec Lemon finish his collegiate career first in program history in all-time receptions (201) and second in all-time receiving yards (1,780)."
Rob Moore named Bills WRs coach - BuffaloBills.com
Check out Moore's very short coaching career that led to his hiring in Buffalo.
Resetting the Buffalo Bills' coaching staff - ESPN
A look at the entire Buffalo Bills coaching staff.
Marv Levy will be Andre Reed's presenter for Pro Football Hall of Fame - BN Blitz
"Because presenters' speeches occasionally dragged on too long -- sometimes longer than the inductees' speeches -- the Hall of Fame went to a video-taped introduction voiced over a highlight montage. The style is similar to interviews in the "America's Game" series on NFL Network."
Kyle Williams named USA Football's defensive captain - BuffaloBills.com
"Football never stands still, yet strong fundamentals are timeless," said Carl Peterson, USA Football’s chairman and longtime NFL executive who helped select the team. "Kyle has demonstrated exemplary fundamentals throughout his career. We’re proud to recognize him as an All-Fundamentals Team captain."
Inside The Bills | Kiper on depth at WR in 2014 draft
"I think if you look at the wide receiver position because of the tremendous depth in that first round, you could see six to nine wide receivers go in the first round," Kiper said. "A lot of them are underclassmen so you have to be conservative because they need to test well to be a legitimate first round pick."
Inside The Bills | McShay has top WR going to Bills at 9
"The Bills have more pressing needs than wide receiver, including offensive line (specifically guard and right tackle), tight end (if Scott Chandler is not re-signed) and safety (if Jairus Byrd is not re-signed), but pairing young and developing QB EJ Manuel with the top receiver in this year’s class might be too tempting to pass up."
Kiper/McShay mock draft reax: Bills - Buffalo Bills Blog - ESPN
"Playmaker or protection? That's the debate that is beginning to take shape as the Buffalo Bills inch closer to the 2014 NFL draft this May."