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Report: Buffalo Bills interested in hiring Sean Kugler from the Denver Broncos

Kugler would replace Juan Castillo to coach the offensive line

NCAA Football: Texas El Paso at Army Danny Wild-USA TODAY Sports

According to a report from NewYorkUpstate.com and Ryan Talbot, the Buffalo Bills have expressed interest in hiring offensive line coach Sean Kugler of the Denver Broncos. This potential move is reportedly being blocked by the Broncos, who are waiting to see if the team’s new head coach would like to retain any members of Vance Joseph’s staff.

Bills fans may be familiar with Kugler’s name, as he worked on the staff in Buffalo from 2007-2009. During that time, Kugler was credited with helping the development of Jason Peters, the future Hall of Fame left tackle. When the Bills hired Chan Gailey, he made the decision not to keep Kugler, who was then hired by the Pittsburgh Steelers.

In an effort to connect the dots with Kugler, there is an obvious connection with Broncos center Matt Paradis, who is set to become a free agent in March. Fans are well aware that the Bills will address the offensive line in free agency, and Paradis could be a prime target for the Bills.