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According to ESPN, The Buffalo Bills are putting the finishing touches on a five-year deal that will make Rex Ryan their next head coach.

The hiring of Ryan, who will earn a salary of $5.5 million per year, would complete an extensive coaching search for the Bills, who have interviewed 12 candidates since Doug Marrone opted out of his contract on Dec. 31.

The Bills conducted a second interview with Ryan on Saturday night, sources told ESPN. He also interviewed for the Falcons' coaching vacancy.
The Bills went 9-7 this past season and missed the playoffs for the 15th straight season.

Through six seasons with New York Jets, Ryan's record was 50-52 record, including 4-2 in the playoffs.
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