With the Buffalo Bills season' over, coach Doug Marrone has a three-day window to terminate his contract as a result of the team's ownership change, sources told ESPN senior NFL analyst Chris Mortensen.
At the Bills' season-ending news conference Monday, a question about Marrone's contract was initially blocked by a team spokesperson before Marrone decided to answer the question anyway.
"I can't answer that question," Marrone said. "I will tell you this and my background has been the same and you guys can look into. I do not discuss my contract and that's my rule. I never have and never will."
With five head-coaching vacancies around the NFL as of Monday evening, Marrone would be expected to generate interest should he decide to leave the Bills, the story said.