• Moore’s roots similar to Marrone’s

    Summary of 4 articles · Updated Feb 6, 2014
    Bills new WRs coach Rob Moore does not possess the coaching experience that head coach Doug Marrone has under his belt, but some of his football roots are similar. Moore had been Syracuse’s wide receivers coach for the last four seasons , the first three of which were spent working with Marrone, who became Buffalo’s coach last offseason. Moore spent the past four seasons as wide receivers coach at Syracuse, where he coached under current Bills head coach Doug Marrone from 2010-12. He even worked on Marrone’s staff for three seasons at their alma mater, and he now rejoins him on Buffalo’s staff. One of the Orange’s most prolific receivers of all time, Moore was a first-round supplemental draft choice of the Jets in 1990 and enjoyed a 12-year playing career with New York and Arizona. – The National Football League will team with long-time broadcast partner CBS to produce and televise Thursday Night Football for the 2014 season, it was announced today by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and Leslie Moonves, president and CEO of CBS Corp., and Sean McManus, Chairman, CBS Sports.
    • Bills add Rob Moore as wide receivers coach

      The Bills have added a two-time Pro Bowler as their new wide receivers coach. The club announced Thursday it had hired Syracuse wide receivers coach Rob Moore to the same position on Doug Marrone’s coaching staff. Moore had been Syracuse’s wide receiver…
    • BDC 2/6: Bills Name Moore WR Coach

      DAILY REPORT – The Buffalo Bills today announced that Rob Moore has been named the team’s wide receivers coach. Moore, 45, will enter his first season in the NFL coaching ranks after spending the past four seasons as the wide receivers coach for Syracus…

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