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Modrak relieved of duties

The Buffalo Bills announced that Tom Modrak has been relieved of his duties as Vice President of College Scouting Wednesday.

"This is the time of year when we evaluate every element of our football operation and with the Draft now completed, we have decided to reorganize our personnel department," said Bills GM Buddy Nix. "We have begun that process and made a decision to head in a different direction. We thank Tom for his 10 years of dedication to our organization and wish him the best in his future endeavors."

Modrak helped the organization prepare for the NFL draft for the past decade serving most recently as Vice President of College Scouting.

The personnel executive had been with the club since June of 2001 when he was named Director of Football Operations. He served as Assistant General Manager from 2002-2006 before his title was changed to Director of College Scouting in 2007.

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