The Bills add two scouts

Both Allen and Adams have plenty of experience

Paul Hamilton
May 18, 2017 - 3:47 pm

Photo courtesy of @buffalobills

Orchard Park, NY (WGR 550) -The Bills have hired two more for their scouting department. Marvin Allen and Brian Adams have come on board as national scouts.

Allen has been a NFL scout for 24 years. The past four seasons have been with Kansas City as their Director of College Scouting. Allen also spent time scouting for Atlanta and New England.

General Manager Brandon Beane told the Bills web site, “Marvin started in the 90’s. He’s most recently been a college (scouting) director so he’s sat in that seat. He’s going to be a great resource not only for me, but for all our college scouts.”

Adams has over 30 years in the business as a scout. He has experience in Dallas and New Orleans, but he also worked with Beane in Carolina, “I worked with Brian in Carolina. We had a long history there,” said Beane. “Brian went to the Saints to take a promotion to Assistant Director of College Scouting, and was most recently with Dallas. He’s a veteran in scouting and well respected across the league. I look forward to reuniting with him.”

Beane added, “Both men are veterans in this league. They’ve been in it for a long time,” said Bills GM Brandon Beane. “It’s the same thing as players, we want to grow and develop. These are two guys who will be over the younger scouts and be part of helping us grow and develop our scouting staff. You just can’t replace their time and accomplishments in the league.”  

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