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Bills add defensive assistant

The Bills made an addition to their defensive coaching staff Wednesday announcing the hiring of William Inge as assistant defensive line coach.

"We are excited to have William join our staff," said Bills head coach Chan Gailey. "We were impressed with his abilities during last year's training camp and feel he will make an excellent addition to our defensive staff."

Inge has spent the past two seasons at the University at Buffalo as the program's defensive coordinator/linebackers coach. Prior to joining the University at Buffalo, Inge coached linebackers for two seasons at Cincinnati where he helped the school win Big East titles in 2008 and 2009.

Inge is entering his first career season as an assistant coach in the National Football League.  He is familiar to the Buffalo staff after he participated in the Bill Walsh NFL Minority Coaching Fellowship program with the club last summer. While with the team at St. John Fisher Inge assisted current defensive coordinator Dave Wannstedt in coaching the inside linebackers.

Inge was a four-year letter-winner at Iowa and graduated in 1996.

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