The Buffalo Bills named Anthony Lynn as their interim head coach just eight days ago and this week, Lynn is making the rounds for permanent head coaching jobs. Already linked to the San Francisco 49ers and Los Angeles Rams, now Lynn will interview with two more teams and presumably the Bills to bring his total to five positions.
ESPN team reporter Jeff Legwold says the Denver Broncos will interview Lynn next week. Lynn played for the Broncos in the 1990s when current general manager John Elway was the starting quarterback. He also began his coaching career as a special teams assistant with the Broncos in 2000. It also just happens to be a pretty attractive opening with an already-established defensive structure in place.
The other job opening Lynn will interview for is with the Jacksonville Jaguars, reports NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport. Lynn was reportedly aligned himself with ex-Jaguars coach Gus Bradley, so it could be an intriguing possibility to say the least.
Lynn has now been linked to every head coach vacancy except the San Diego Chargers.