The Buffalo Bills' head-coaching search is already underway, but interim coach Anthony Lynn is expected to be a strong candidate for the job. Lynn, who began the season as the running backs coach before getting promoted to offensive coordinator and then head coach, already has some assistants in mind. According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, Lynn is expected to hire recently fired Jaguars coach Gus Bradley as his defensive coordinator if he gets a head-coaching job in Buffalo or elsewhere. Bradley had an unsuccessful four-year run as the Jaguars' head coach, but he was considered one of the best coordinators in football when he served as the Seahawks' defensive coordinator under Pete Carrol.