Firing follows disappointing 6-10 year
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- The Buffalo Bills didn't spend $20 million for this.
Gregg Williams paid the price for the Bills' flop this season, losing his job as head coach.
Team president Tom Donahoe, calling this season a regression, believed the only way for the Bills to move forward was with a new coach. So Williams will not be rehired after completing his three-year contract with a 17-31 record, 6-10 this season.
"We just didn't feel we had made enough progress this ...
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