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BUDDY NIX RUMORS & GOSSIP

Doug Whaley fired as Buffalo Bills general manager, along with entire scouting staff

The search for a new General Manager begins now Doug Whaley has been fired as general manager of the Buffalo Bills. The former Pittsburgh Steelers’ pro personnel director had been a member of the Bills’ front office since February 2010, when he was hired as assistant to then-GM Buddy Nix. Whaley was groomed for the top job while he served in that position until May 16, 2013...
Via Buffalo Rumblings
April 30, 2017

Doug Whaley fired as Buffalo Bills general manager

The search for a new General Manager begins now Doug Whaley has been fired as general manager of the Buffalo Bills. The former Pittsburgh Steelers’ pro personnel director had been a member of the Bills’ front office since February 2010, when he was hired as assistant to then-GM Buddy Nix. Whaley was groomed for the top job while he served in that position until May 16, 2013...
Via Buffalo Rumblings
April 30, 2017

Bucky Gleason's Hot Read: Whaley's fingerprints on Bills' win over Rams

Doug Whaley has taken his share of grief in recent years, but the guy does deserve credit for finding players who were passed over by other teams. In fact, it might be the only reason he has been able to maintain employment after he took over for Buddy Nix as Bills general manager in 2013. The Bills’ defense showed up when needed most Sunday in a 30-19 victory over the Rams in...
Via BN Blitz
October 09, 2016

Government to dismiss charges in NFL phone recording prank

Federal prosecutors have agreed to dismiss charges against two men who initiated and recorded a telephone call between two NFL general managers this year and then sold the recording to a website. In return for the dismissal, Joshua Barber and Nicholas Kaiser must abide by certain conditions for 18 months, U.S. Attorney William Hochul said Wednesday. Kaiser's attorney, Rodney Personius...
Via Associated Press
December 04, 2013  |  Discuss

Government to dismiss charges in NFL phone prank

Federal prosecutors have agreed to dismiss charges against two Massachusetts men who initiated and recorded a telephone call between two NFL general managers earlier this year and then sold the recording to a website. In return for the dismissal, Joshua Barber and Nicholas Kaiser must abide by certain conditions for 18 months, U.S. Attorney William Hochul said Wednesday. ''We're...
Via Associated Press
December 04, 2013  |  Discuss
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