- James Walker, ESPN Miami Dolphins reporter
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The Bills are in need of a new quarterback after veteran Ryan Fitzpatrick flopped in 2012. Fitzpatrick's $7.45 million in salary and bonuses next season is not guaranteed. Therefore, the Bills are expected to part ways with Fitzpatrick with a new coaching staff and a new system.
But with Marrone on board, that may increase Buffalo's interest in Nassib. The Bills will have more knowledge of Nassib than any other team. Nassib has a 70 grade from Scouts Inc. and is expected to go in the second or third round. Of course, a lot can change with players' stock during the combine and pre-draft interviews.
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The Buffalo Bills hired former University of Syracuse coach Doug Marrone on Sunday. Could that mean Marrone’s quarterback at Syracuse, Ryan Nassib, is next to follow?