ORCHARD PARK, N.Y.-The Buffalo Bills search for a new coach continues as the team continues to interview coaches around the NFL and college football.Late Friday the Bills tweeted who they had talked to but the team provided no similiar update Saturday night.
So far the only coach who was fired on Black Monday who has landed a new job is former Eagles coach Andy Reid who is now the head coach of the Kansas City Ciefs.
Shortly after the Bills press conference Tuesday at One Bills Drive Bills management headed west to meet coaching candidates.
Late Saturday night Kelly was meeting with the Philadelphia Eagles after spending hours interview with the Cleveland Browns.
Oregon coach Chip Kelly met with the Bills Friday night, following a seven-hour meeting with the Browns. (Multiple reports earlier Friday evening indicate Kelly and the Browns are close to a deal.)
The Bills have also met with former Bears head coach Lovie Smith and Syracuse head coach Doug Marrone.
The team is scheduled to speak with Denver offensive coordinator Mike McCoy on Saturday.
The Bills have spoken with former Cardinals head coach Ken Whisenhut
and Arizona defensive coordinator Ray Horton
. The Bills may also speak with Cardinals offensive line coach Russ Grimm.
Hue Jackson also appears to be on Bills radar.