The Buffalo Bills announced Monday that Chuck Driesbach has been relieved of his duties as the team's linebackers coach.
Driesbach coached the Bills for one season and had the pleasure of molding Kiko Alonso into a Rookie of the Year candidate. Still, the linebackers for the Bills were a weak spot for the unit that saw significant progress from a year ago. The Bills allowed 2,063 yards on the ground this season, which probably didn't help Driesbach's case to remain with the team.
The Bills will likely continue to tweak their staff and roster as their offseason moves on.
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