Buffalo Bills offensive line coach Aaron Kromer was arrested on July 12 and charged with misdemeanor battery. Though the matter was settled out of court, the Bills have suspended Kromer for the first six games of the 2015 regular season - yet also retained his services.
Fresh off of the resolution of an ugly legal matter, Aaron Kromer is back coaching the Buffalo Bills' offensive line tonight - which he'll do for five weeks, until his six-game suspension begins on September 7.
It wasn't that long ago that most assumed the Buffalo Bills would be firing offensive line coach Aaron Kromer. Now, Kromer's misdemeanor battery charge has been dropped, and it's possible that he could return to the team - with a catch.
With Aaron Kromer not scheduled to appear in court until two weeks after training camp begins, speculation continues to heat up that the Bills' offensive line coach will be relieved of his duties before any of that comes to pass.
Kromer will still collect paychecks from the organization (for now), but unless his legal situation resolves itself by July 31, the Bills may begin training camp thinned out in the line coaching ranks.