Marty Schottenheimer Wanted The Bills Head Coaching Job

ESPN reports that former Browns, Chiefs, Redskins and Chargers coach Marty Schottenheimer DID in fact want the Bills job:

Contrary to the diplomatic comments he made on his radio show, Marty Schottenheimer actually did want the Buffalo Bills head-coaching job, badly. Bills owner Ralph Wilson, however, wasn’t interested, sources close to Schottenheimer informed me Tuesday after the club introduced Chan Gailey as their man. Schottenheimer had a strong desire to return to coaching after three years away from the sidelines and had an ally in former Bills general manager Buddy Nix, whom he worked with in San Diego.

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