BUFFALO HIRES SCOTT HISNO AS GENERAL MANAGER By William M. Bison | buffalobills.com Orchard Park, New York (AP) -- It has been a year full of uncertainty for the Buffalo Bills after the Wilson family selling the team after the loss of patriarch Ralph. Luckily for this blue collar town they were able to find a buyer in former Yankees Superstar Derek Jeter, who snuck in with a winning bid under the noses of Buffalo Sabre owner Terry Pegula during his farewell tour for the Yankees. During the ownership uncertainty Doug Marrone abandoned the Bills, but some insiders believer it was because he is more of a Mets fan, upon hearing the Bills being sold to Jeter. After an incredible amount of house cleaning by many organizations during Black Monday, Jim Caldwell found himself looking for his third head coaching job. Caldwell manage to lead the Detroit Lions to an 11-5 record, the fourth ever 11-5 season by the club and yet that wasn’t enough for a second year. Luckily for Jim Caldwell, Derek Jeter hired him as the new head coach citing his championships with the Colts and Ravens and if it’s one thing that Jeter likes other than hot models, it’s championships. Of course the Bills were still without a General Manager until this morning when a private plane was sent out to Foxborough. Enter Scott Hisno, Assistant Director of Canadian College and Mid College Scouting of the New England Patriots. Just under a week from winning another Superbowl Hisno, who was responsible for the drafting of key defensive pieces like linebackers Dont’a Hightower, Jamie Collins and lineman Chandler Jones is expected to work with a coach he did not higher. It is also expected that Jim Caldwell will have full control of his staff and expecting to bring in Ron Prince as his offensive coordinator and Alan Williams as the new defensive coordinator, with both men serving on his Lion’s staff. Questions have risen if Scott Hisno will bring his controversial “Buffalo” scheme with him, or if there will be some internal conflicts with the coaching staff. The Bills are the last team to put together a front office and coaching staff and will now see if they can put the uncertainty behind them.