Two days after announcing the release of 14 coaches from the previous coaching staff or Rex Ryan, the Buffalo Bills on Thursday announced that five coaches have been added to the staff of head coach Sean McDermott.

Phil McGeoghan joins the Bills as the wide receivers coach after spending the past two seasons coaching receivers at East Carolina University.  He also spent four seasons coaching receivers with the Miami Dolphins.

John Egorugwu joins the Bills as the defensive quality control coach after spending the past two seasons as a defensive staff assistant with the Baltimore Ravens.

Marc Lubick has been hired as the offensive quality control/assistant quarterbacks coach.  He will enter his ninth season in the NFL, most recently with the Denver Broncos the past two seasons as the assistant wide receivers coach.

Matt Smiley will enter his fifth NFL season becoming the Bills assistant special teams coach. He  spent the past four seasons with the Jacksonville Jaguars where he held the same title.

Bill Teerlinck joins the Bills as the assistant defensive line coach after spending the last four seasons coaching the defensive line and serving as the co-defensive coordinator at the University of Nevada.

The additions increase the Bills staff of assistants to 15 after a whopping 28 worked on the staff of Rex Ryan.

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