Found February 01, 2012 on Cincinnati Bengals Blog:
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When it comes to discussing Marvin Lewis, Brian Billick can offer a unique perspective. The former Ravens head coach, who is now an analyst on Fox and NFL Network, had Lewis on his staff for three years as his defensive coordinator and the two remain good friends. Lewis is an analyst on The Coaches Show today at 6:30 p.m., which is being filmed at the NFL Experience. With Lewis entering the final year of his contract, some have wondered if he would eventually move into a front office role as a general manager either here or somewhere else. If that would ever be the case, Billick thinks Lewis would do well. “Marvin is one of those coaches who has a keen eye for talent. All coaches think they do but very few do. Whether he wants to do it I don’t know,” Billick said. “His ability to adapt to the youth of the team by narrowing the focus of the top management. You’ve got have ownership/general manager and the player personnel guy with a shared vision. You don’t always have to agree, you ...
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