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Recently fired Chicago Bears Lovie Smith is expected interview with the Buffalo Bills soon, according to multiple reports. NFL.com said Smith has been speaking to the Bills, but hasn't received an official interview for their vacant head coaching position. Smith has received interest from a few teams. The Bills' search also reportedly includes Oregon's Chip Kelly, fired Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt, Arizona Cardinals defensive coordinator Ray Horton, Denver Broncos offensive coordinator Mike McCoy and Syracuse's Doug Marrone.
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