Levy steps down, believes Bills headed in right direction
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- Turns out, Marv Levy's job was to restore order in Buffalo. It'll be on someone else to turn the Bills into a playoff contender.
On Monday, 10 years to the day after he retired as the Bills coach, Levy called it quits again, stepping down after two years as the team's general manager.
As encores go, his second stint in Buffalo didn't come anywhere
near to matching the first, when Levy established his Hall of Fame
credentials by coaching the Bills to ...
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