Adam Schefter of ESPN is reporting that offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride could be in line as a possible successor to just-fired Buffalo coach Dick Jauron.
The Bills would have to wait until January to interview Gilbride, however. It's probably more likely that they'll hire former Broncos coach Mike Shanahan, with whom they are in the process of setting up an interview. Gilbride would be a logical choice, however, since he was the Bills' offensive coordinator from 2002-03, when quarterback Drew Bledsoe had his most productive seasons up there.
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