Marty Schottenheimer, Courtesy: AP Schottehimer
BUFFALO, N.Y. - The Buffalo Bills are looking for a new head coach but so far, the organization has not reached out to Marty Schottenheimer.
"I don't think it's very likely. I haven't heard anything at all, said the former Chargers, Redskins, Chief and Browns head coach. "I did call Buddy Nix yesterday and left him a congratulatory message (about being named General Manager)"
Schottenheimer made the comments during a phone convesation with two reporters including 2-On-Your-Side's Adam Benigni.
Despite the fact he has not interviewed for the job, Schottenheimer would not close the door on the possibility of coaching the Bills, a team he once played for.
"I never make a decision until I must," said Schottenheimer.
There are some reports Marty Schottenheimer's son, Brian is also a possibility to coach the Bills next season. He is currently the offensive coordinator with the New York Jets.
"I'm delighted they're in the playoffs. I'm excited for the Jets and Rex and it's a good group of people, said Marty Schottenheimer. "He'll become a good coach in the NFL. It's all about the timing and the place. Right now, I know he's excited about the direction the Jets are going."