Found January 31, 2012 on Pro Football Talk:
PLAYERS: Chan Gailey
TEAMS: Buffalo Bills
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When the Bills promoted Dave Wannstedt to defensive coordinator, it was expected that they would go to a 4-3 look next season. Head coach Chan Gailey confirmed that move on Monday, although it shouldn’t be too difficult a switch for the team to make. They played a lot of four-man fronts in the second half…
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