Bills Front Office Member Could Be Stolen by AFC Team

Isaiah De Los Santos
A Buffalo Bills front office member could be stolen away by a fellow AFC team.
A Buffalo Bills front office member could be stolen away by a fellow AFC team. / (AP Photo/Joshua Bessex)
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The Buffalo Bills are gearing up for their first playoff game of the season, but some aren't as lucky. For the other 18 squads that missed out, they'll get a head start on their offseason by eyeing potential additions and candidates to fill vacancies from the 2022 campaign.

It turns out one Bills front office member is being eyed a possible job with a fellow AFC contender.

Senior Director of Pro Personnel Malik Boyd is set to interview with the Tennessee Titans. Tennessee parted ways with former GM Jon Robinson in December, and Boyd will discuss that opening with the team.

Boyd is an ex-NFL player who suited up in all 16 games for the Minnesota Vikings during the 1994 season. He then transitioned to the operations ranks, holding a variety of scouting roles with the Indianapolis Colts and Arizona Cardinals before ultimately landing in Buffalo in 2017.

Given the Bills' since Boyd's first year on the job, it's no wonder he's on the radar of other teams for a potential promotion. After losing the likes of Brian Daboll and Joe Schoen last offseason, Buffalo's success could lead to another talent behind the scenes being poached.

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