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- Bills Mike Mularkey Set to Resign

Chris Pokorny January 12, 2006
Chris Pokorny
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In somewhat of a surprsing move, it appears that Buffalo Bills head coach Mike Mularkey will officially resign as the team's head coach on Friday during a press conference. Mularkey will be forming a settlement with the Bills to cover the final three years of his contract.

Mularkey only breifly commented to the AP regarding his status with the team: "Right now is not the best time to talk."

ESPN is reporting that Mularkey may be leaving due to family issues. Mularkey just finished his second season as the Bills' head coach after being the Pittsburgh Steelers offensive coordinator.

Last week, team owner Ralph Wilson announced that Mularkey would remain the team's head coach after they had fired general manager and team president Tom Donahoe. Wilson replaced Donahoe with Marv Levy.

In two seasons with the Bills, Mularkey has a 14-18 record. Although it is not official that Mularkey will resign, it looks as if he will tomorrow. We will keep you posted here on PFC after the conference.

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