Philadelphia Eagles offensive coordinator Frank Reich is expected to meet with the Bills about their head coaching vacancy, reports Vic Carucci of the Buffalo News.  

Head coach Doug Pederson acknowledged that both of his assistants could be head coaching candidates, including Reich.

"In Frank's case, I think he's had interviews in the past, and so he's kind of been through the process," Pederson said. "You’d hate to see -- because I hand-picked all these guys – you’d hate to see any of them go, because I feel like we've got something special going and I would love to keep them all here if I could."

Buffalo, which ended their season 7-9, fired head coach Rex Ryan before their Week 17 game with the Jets and replaced him with interim Anthony Lynn. 

Reich has been the Eagles’ offensive coordinator for just one season and previously worked with the Chargers in the same role and played for the Bills from 1985-1994.

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