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ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) - The Buffalo Bills have hired William Inge as an assistant defensive line coach.Inge has spent the past two seasons as the University at Buffalo's defensive coordinator and linebackers coach. Before that, he spent two years linebackers at Cincinnati in helping the program win consecutive Big ...
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The Buffalo Bills have hired William Inge as an assistant defensive line coach.
---Former Bills coach Mike Mularkey will be the third coach in Jacksonville Jaguars history, sources told the Florida Times-Union on Tuesday night.
Mularkey, 50, was previously coach with the Bills, and went 9-7 in 2004 and 5-11 in 2005. He interviewed for the job Tuesday.