According to Kent Somers of AZcentral.com, Arizona Cardinals defensive coordinator Ray Horton will interview with the Buffalo Bills on Wednesday afternoon regarding their vacant head coaching position.
In speaking with the media, Horton admitted to having already interviewed with the Cleveland Browns and the Cardinals for their head coaching vacancies, adding that the Bills were the last ones scheduled to this point in time. He also said he has an offensive coaching staff ready to go if hired.
Horton has served as defensive coordinator for the Cardinals for the past two seasons, after being a defensive assistant with the Pittsburgh Steelers from 2004 through 2010. In two seasons with Arizona, his defense ranked in the teens in both total yards and points allowed.
The Horton interview is the second one the Bills have conducted. The first of which was with former Cardinals head coach Ken Whisenhunt.
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