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The Buffalo Bills already have had a few connections to the New York Giants via interviews this hiring cycle. That only continues to grow.
Following the Giants hiring Bills assistant general manager Joe Schoen as their GM, it was expected that Buffalo offensive coordinator Brian Daboll would be interviewed for a job there as well. Now Leslie Frazier will, too.
New York announced via social media that they have interviewed Buffalo’s defensive coordinator for their vacant head coach position. That took place on Saturday:
We have completed a head coach interview with Bills Defensive Coordinator/Assistant Head Coach Leslie Frazier
— New York Giants (@Giants) January 22, 2022
Considering Schoen’s connection to Frazier via the Bills, the interview comes as no surprise.
Last offseason, Frazier did interview for vacant head coaching jobs, including with the Houston Texans, but was not hired. So far during this hiring cycle, Frazier has been connected with the Miami Dolphins and Chicago Bears regarding their vacant head coach spots.
Stay tuned to Bills Wire throughout the winter as we will provide all updates regarding Buffalo assistants and front-office members that are connected to other NFL teams.
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