• Nix steps down as Bills' general manager

    Summary of 12 articles · Updated May 14, 2013
    Nix is stepping down as general manager Monday after three years with the Bills. As expected, Buddy Nix is stepping down from his role as general manager of the Buffalo Bills . Nix steps down two weeks after overseeing his fourth draft with the Bills, which the team opened by selecting its quarterback of the future in Florida State's EJ Manuel with the 16th pick. In a one-on-one interview with Buffalobills.com, Nix explained what changed. This move has been in the works for several months as Nix, 73, transitions to a less-taxing phase in his career. Whaley spent 10 seasons in the personnel department with the Pittsburgh Steelers before joining the Bills in 2010. By the 'right time' I mean I think we have a good, young roster, an excellent head coach with a good staff and it's time to let someone else handle these responsibilities and move forward together."
    • Manuel pick impacted Nix’s decision

      Buddy Nix’s decision to step down as GM of the Bills Monday had a lot of contributing factors, and Nix didn’t deny that selecting QB EJ Manuel in round one a few weeks ago played a role. In a one-on-one interview with Buffalobills.com, Nix said drafti
    • Buddy on what changed

      Outgoing Bills GM Buddy Nix said right after the draft that nothing had changed concerning his status as the team’s top personnel man. Now three weeks later he’s stepping aside. In a one-on-one interview with Buffalobills.com, Nix explained what chang
    • Scouting calendar told Nix it was time

      As outgoing GM Buddy Nix said at his press conference announcing his transition from GM to a Special Assistant for the Bills, there is never a good time personally to retire, but for the Bills in his mind it was the best time. Here’s why. As Nix explain

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