CHICAGO -- The NFL website NFL.com is reporting that recently fired Chicago Bears head coach Lovie Smith will interview with the Buffalo Bills. No specifics were provided other than that the interview would happen 'soon.' It would be Smith's first interview since being fired one day after the Bears missed the playoffs with a 10-6 record, although Smith has reportedly gotten interest from other teams as well.
NFL.com reports the Bills are also interested in talking with Oregon University's Chip Kelly, Arizona Cardinals defensive coordinator Ray Horton, Syacuse University's Doug Marrone, fired Arizona Cardinals head coach Ken Whisenhunt and Denver Broncos offensive coordinator Mike McCoy.
The webiste also reports the Bears will interview Tampa Bay offensive coordinator Mike Sullivan, Atlanta Falcson special teams coordinator Keith Armstrong and McCoy regarding their head coaching vacancy.