(WGR 550) -- The evaluation period for the Buffalo Bills is continuing through the month of January. The team announced Monday afternoon that inside linebackers coach Chuck Driesbach has been relieved of his duties with the organization.
Driesbach spent one year with the Bills as part of head coach Doug Marrone's brand new staff in 2013. It was his first season as a coach in the National Football League following a 36-year career in the college coaching ranks.
Prior to Buffalo, his last stop was as the defensive coordinator for the Rice Owls in 2011. He did not coach in college football in 2012.
Driesbach is the second of Marrone's positional coaches to have been fired. He joins former wide receivers coach Ike Hilliard as the castoffs from the 2013 staff. Two names that haven taken heat throughout the season, special teams coordinator Danny Crossman and offensive line coach Pat Morris, both remain employed by the Bills.