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Bills add former Jets, Cardinals WR Rob Moore to coaching staff


Buffalo Bills coach Doug Marrone has returned to his Syracuse coaching staff to fill a hole.

The Bills announced this morning Rob Moore will coach their wide receivers. The Bills fired receivers coach Ike Hilliard after the season.

Moore spent 12 years in the NFL and coached receivers at Syracuse, his alma mater, the past four seasons.

Moore played for the New York Jets and Arizona Cardinals. He was a two-time Pro Bowler and selected first-team All-Pro in 1997, when he caught 97 passes for a league-leading 1,584 yards and eight touchdowns.

  • MaoSayTongue

    Coach Moron hires yet another crony and it's news?

    • Mr.Niagara Falls

      why fret this. Marrone will be gone in two years like all other coaches. 3 and out you know that. As long as RW owns the team, it will be more of the same.

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