Johnson Accepts Position with Buffalo Bills
Feb. 17, 2010
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - Indiana offensive line coach Bobby Johnson has been hired as assistant offensive line coach with the National Football League's Buffalo Bills. Johnson, who served as IU's offensive line coach since 2005, will join head coach Chan Gailey's staff immediately.
"We wish Bobby and his family the very best in Buffalo," Indiana head coach Bill Lynch said. "Bobby is a bright and passionate coach who cares a great deal about our student-athletes. This is a tremendous opportunity for him and we thank him for his contributions to our program."
Johnson has spent 15 seasons coaching in the college ranks and is excited to venture into the NFL.
"This is a very exciting opportunity to move to the Buffalo Bills and the National Football League. It is also bittersweet because my family and I have had a lot of great times and memories in Bloomington. We will leave sadly, but we look forward to our future in Buffalo."
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