Marrone leaves Bills without coach


BUFFALO: Doug Marrone, who coached the Buffalo Bills to their first winning NFL season in a decade, has opted out of his contract, club owner Terry Pegula announced on Wednesday (Thursday in Manila). The Bills went 15-17 in two campaigns under Marrone, a former assistant coach for the New Orleans Saints and New York Jets. Marrone, 50, departs with five NFL clubs in search of a coach and could be a candidate for some of those vacancies.


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