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Monday May 13, 2013

Monday May 13, 2013

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Kansas City Chiefs: Former Nevada head coach Chris Ault has agreed to take a consultant position with the Chiefs according to Dan Hinxman of the Reno Gazette-Journal. 

Northern Iowa: Defensive backs coach Brandon Lynch has accepted a Bill Walsh Minority Internship with the Minnesota Vikings.

Buffalo Bills: Buddy Nix will step away from his role as General Manager and transition into a role as a Special Assistant. Doug Whaley will now serve as GM.

Florida: Will Muschamp has announced that former quarterback Chris Leak has been hired as a quality control assistant.

University of Chicago (D-III): Head coach Dick Maloney is retiring after 19 years at the helm. Over the course of his tenure at Chicago, 9 of his assistants have gone on to become D-III head coaches. He will be missed. 

Montana Western (NAIA): The University of Montana Western, located in Dillon, MT, is looking for an intern defensive line coach. The individual must be energetic, hard work, a self-starter, enthusiastic, and knowledgeable. Individuals with previous Dline coaching or playing experience are preferred. The position will pay room, board, and a small stipend; no classes will be covered. All interest candidates please email your resume to Defensive Coordinator Jason Thier at Please no phone calls. The position will remain open until filled.

Chicago Bears: The Bears have announced a few moves in their personnel department. Jay Muraco has been added as their East Coast scout and Andre Odom has been hired as a scouting assistant. Muraco previously the last four seasons as an area scout with the Kansas City Chiefs, while Odom spent the past two years at Temple as both a grad assistant and in a player development role. Also announced was the promotion of scouting assistants Breck Ackley (south central area scout) and David Williams (scout / player personnel). Also, Sam Summerville will move from East Coast scout to scouting the the southeast area.