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Report: Bills Expected To Part Ways With OL Coach Aaron Kromer

Joe Buscaglia of WKBW reports that the Bills are likely to part ways with offensive line Aaron Kromer following his arrest for battery with intent to cause bodily harm.

According to Buscaglia, assistant offensive line coach Kurt Anderson is considered to be a a candidate to replace Kromer.

  • Vic Carucci of The Buffalo News recently reported that Bills OC Greg Roman actually had Chris Foerster as his first choice to coach their offensive line.
  • However, HC Rex Ryan reportedly preferred to hire Kromer as offensive line coach, even though neither he nor Roman had any history of working with him.

Bills wound up placing Kromer’s on paid administrative leave, but there has been a lot of talk that they could look to move on without him.

Kromer allegedly pushed one of the minor boys to the ground and punched him in the face. Beyond that, Kromer allegedly threatened to “kill his family” if told police what happened.

Kromer’s son, Zachary, also received misdemeanor charge for his role in the incident.

We’ll have more regarding the Bills and Kromer as the news is available.



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