Bills announce several coaching staff updates

Some new additions are made, while others change roles

The Buffalo Bills have announced several coaching staff changes, including some new additions and coaches who will be changing roles in 2022. These addition come on top of those they had already announced over the past several weeks.

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As was reported last week, linebackers coach Bob Babich has announced his retirement and his son, Bobby, will shift from safeties coach to linebackers coach.

Jim Salgato, who had been the team's nickel coach, will now assume the role of safeties coach. John Butler remains as the defensive backs coach, but now adds the title of passing game coordinator on the defensive side of the football.

The new additions to the staff include Marcus West as assistant defensive line coach, Jaylon Finner and Kyle Shurmur - both defensive quality control coaches - and Cory Harkey as assistant special teams coach.

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Harkey replaces Matthew Smiley, who is now the special teams coordinator, taking over for Heath Farwell who left for the same position with the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Nick Lacy becomes a new strength and conditioning assistant, and Austin Gund is the team's new fellowship coach.

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