The Buffalo Bills made three new staff additions to the football side of the house on Wednesday.
Buffalo hired Nate Breske as the team's head athletic trainer, Luis Güílamo as director of analytics and Jeff Mueller as the team's video director.
Breske (bress-key) joins the Bills after spending the past three seasons as the head athletic trainer for the Chicago Bears. A graduate of the University of Nebraska and a native of Pierre, South Dakota, Breske will be entering his 11th NFL season in 2018 after spending three years in Chicago and the first seven years of his career with the San Francisco 49ers.
Güílamo (GWEE-luh-moe) will serve as director of analytics and application development. Güílamo most recently worked for the IT consulting firm TekPartners and consulted for different entities including the Bills in 2017 in addition to the Miami Marlins, Office Depot and Citrix. A graduate of the University of Illinois, Güílamo was born in the Dominican Republic and raised in Chicago.
Mueller (mull-er) as the team's new video director will be entering his 21st NFL season this year with the Bills after spending 20 seasons in the Carolina Panthers video department. Mueller is a native of Albany, New York and is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts.