Report: Rex Ryan to be named Bills head coach, Greg Roman to be Offensive Coordinator


According to ESPNs Adam Schefter the Buffalo Bills are set to make Rex Ryan a five-year offer to become the team’s next head coach. An offer that reportedly is worth around $5.5 million per year, Ryan will now start assembling¬†his coaching staff starting with San Francisco¬†49ers OC Greg Roman.

Roman, who worked with Ryan while with the Baltimore Ravens will now reunite as the two try to bounce back from down seasons. Not to mention, Roman will reunite with RB Anthony Dixon, you can be sure he will bring with him the power running-game which features the fullback more often than not.

With Ryan officially off the market, you can expect the 49ers to make a decision of their own shortly as CEO Jed York gave a deadline of around two weeks.


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