Report: Shanahan meets with Buffalo Bills
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. — Two-time Super Bowl winner Mike Shanahan met with the Buffalo Bills to discuss their head coaching vacancy, according to a published report.
ESPN.com on Wednesday reported that Bills chief operating officer Russ Brandon traveled to Denver and spent seven hours meeting with Shanahan on Monday night and Tuesday morning. Shanahan was quoted as saying he had "an excellent meeting."
Shanahan, however, added the two sides agreed to stay in touch to see what develops. He's been out of football since being fired as Broncos coach after last season.
· Cincinnati Bengals running back Cedric Benson returned to practice Wednesday, going through a limited workout because of his sprained hip muscles. Coach Marvin Lewis said Wednesday that Benson is "very close" and might be able to play Sunday against Cleveland
· Arizona quarterback Kurt Warner went through a full practice yesterday and said he expects to play Sunday at Tennessee.
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