The last six months at One Bills Drive have been a whirlwind, filled with coaching staff changes, odd press conferences and owners who are trying to show their fan base they aren’t dysfunctional. With everything that has happened, it is obvious Terry and Kim Pegula feel the need to increase their team’s public image.Bills

Mike Rodak of ESPN.com reports that the team has hired Gerry Matalon as a consultant to work with members of the organization. Matalon was a longtime talent executive at ESPN who worked on developing on-air personalities and will be meeting with Bills executives at the league meetings in Arizona this week.

He will work with coach Sean McDermott and his role “might also expand” to advising Whaley, although recent reports have pegged Whaley’s job security as tenuous. The team has also hired a new head of communications this offseason, so they seem equipped to put up a better front should those reports foreshadow Whaley’s departure in the near future.

 

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