CBS Sports analyst Charley Casserly, a former general manager who could return to an NFL front office for 2010, shared his insight about the Buffalo Bills' coaching search on "The NFL Today."
"What the Bills coaches were told is this: Perry Fewell will be given serious consideration for the job. In fact, they were told he has a leg up right now because he's coaching the team. They were also told they were going to look at coaches who are available right now for interviews. One was Mike Shanahan. They interviewed him this past week on Tuesday.
"Also two other names I would look at: One is Jim Haslett, former NFL head coach also presently head coach of the Florida Tuskers, undefeated in the UFL; and head coach Marc Trestman of the Montreal Alouettes, with the top records in the CFL. I think both will get consideration. At the end of the year, one guy I would really look at hard here for them to see is Russ Grimm, the assistant head coach of the Arizona Cardinals.
"My personal opinion, I don't see Mike Shanahan ending up coaching the Buffalo Bills next year. I think what he'll look for is a team that is more playoff-ready, a team closer to being in the playoffs than the Buffalo Bills are right now."