Bills hire Bobby Johnson as offensive line coach

Bills hire Bobby Johnson as offensive line coach

Frank Reich retained DeGuglielmo after McDaniels changed his mind and returned to the Patriots, and NFL Network's Mike Garofolo reported both that Reich wants to make his own hire and that the Colts head coach is recommending the 50-year-old elsewhere. One season after allowing a league-high 56 sacks, the line cut the number to a league-low 18.

Johnson held that same role with the Indianapolis Colts this past season.

The Colts will be on the hunt trying to find their new offensive line coach and assistant offensive line coach after the news that Bobby Johnson took a gig with the Buffalo Bills. DeGuglielmo was one of three coaches already under contract when Ballard had an agreement in place with Josh McDaniels before McDaniels reneged.

Johnson has nine years of coaching experience in the National Football League and was most recently with the Indianapolis Colts staff as an assistant to offensive line coach Dave DeGuglielmo.

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Johnson, 46, spent two seasons with the Bills (2010-2011) before getting a tight ends coaching job with the Jacksonville Jaguars.

"I came back after my brother was murdered and I was dealing with a lot of personal issues", Good told The Athletic. "He wanted players that fight through things and play". "But certainly appreciate the contribution Guge made, and I told him that, and love and respect him". "I would never play another down because he felt disrespected".

"Being called a failure by somebody when everybody else in the organization felt differently, that gave me some fire when I came here", Good said. "Things just went sour in Indianapolis".

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