Bills sign GM Doug Whaley to multi-year extension

Bills sign GM Doug Whaley to multi-year extension

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The Doug Whaley era marches on in Buffalo.

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Bills co-owner Kim Pegula announced via Twitter on Sunday that Buffalo has signed the general manager to a contract extension. Whaley had only one year left on his contract. NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reports that Whaley’s new deal is a multi-year extension.


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Despite a disappointing 8-8 season, the Pegulas announced nike nfl jerseys before the Bills’ season-ending win that both Whaley and coach Rex Ryan would return in 2016.

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“As our first full season as owners of the draws to a close, management, coaches, players, and fans all feel that our expectations were not met,” co-owner Terry Pegula wrote. “Kim (Pegula), nike nfl jerseys Russ (Brandon) and I look forward to working and collaborating with Doug Whaley and Rex Ryan in forming a winning future for the organization. Our management team and coaching staff are very capable and work well together. This stable foundation is necessary to achieve long term success in the NFL.”

The Bills’ commitment to Whaley comes as a bit of a surprise. Whaley’s future had been reported at other outlets as in doubt. Whaley’s first-round quarterback () has not panned out and there had been whispers about Ryan and Whaley being at odds.

This extension also follows a report from The Buffalo News’ Vic Carucci last week that during Terry Pegula’s 2015 post-mortem meeting with Ryan and general manager Doug Whaley, the owner gave the duo an ultimatum: make the playoffs or lose your jobs. If that was the case last week, it appears that the owners have had a sudden change of heart — at least with Whaley — given time to process how the season transpired.

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