Bills hire Mularkey

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The Buffalo Bills have hired former Pittsburgh Steelers offensive coordinator Mularkey as their new head coach. Jim Fassel was believed by many to be the frontrunner for the job, so this definitely hurts his chances of having a job next season.

Following a Tuesday meeting with owner Ralph Wilson, Mike Mularkey has accepted an offer to coach the Buffalo Bills.

Mularkey emerged from his all-day meeting with Wilson and started calling Bills assistants Tuesday night to let them know he had taken the job. Mularkey, most recently the Steelers' offensive coordinator, was among the final three candidates along with former Bears coach Dick Jauron and Patriots offensive coordinator Charlie Weis.

The 42-year-old Mularkey won the job because of his past relationship with Bills general manager Tom Donahoe and his bright offensive mind. Mularkey was a candidate for the Falcons' job and has been considered a hot assistant coach for the past couple of years.

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Bad, bad pick. Fassel would have been a better fit. He was good with the Giants. As for as boog said "mularky" he was the one that pushed Kordell. Can you say IDIOT. Bills are done now.

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