Ralph Wilson Jr. Cleans House: A New Beginning for Buffalo Bills

Robert Quinn@@RQuinn619Correspondent IJanuary 4, 2010

Hours after a strong win against the Indianapolis Colts, Ralph Wilson Jr. fired the entire Buffalo Bills coaching staff, including interim head coach Perry Fewell.

Former Baltimore Ravens coach, and current NFL Network analyst Brian Billick is expected to be interviewed this week for the head coach position. Fewell is also expected to be interviewed, although this may only be to comply with the "Rooney Rule."

Adam Schefter has reported that the Bills had a "stealth" meeting with Bill Cowher at some point over the weekend.

In addition to Cowher, Buffalo also plans on interviewing several other coordinators throughout the NFL to fill the voids so desperately needed, including Eagles defensive coordinator Sean McDermott, Cardinals assistant head coach Russ Grimm, and Vikings defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier. Other possibilities include Jets offensive coordinator Brian Scottenheimer and Chargers defensive coordinator Ron Rivera.

All of these coaches would have an impact on the team, but it has been reported that Cowher wants his own staff. This is definitely a start, but I hope Buddy Nix knows what he is doing.

Keep posted by reading my next articles, as I will be reporting as much up-to-date information as possible, following any press conferences.

Go Bills!!!

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