Bills play-by-play man John Murphy caught up with Syracuse QB Ryan Nassib at the Senior Bowl for an interview with Buffalobills.com. Prior to extolling the virtues of Bills head coach Doug Marrone and offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett, Nassib was asked for his thoughts about the possibility of joinng his former coaches in Buffalo come late April if it were to happen. Suffice to say Nassib would be good with it.
“That would be a great situation, I love the city of Buffalo,” Nassib said. “I’m a Central New York guy, that type of weather, and going to Buffalo with all those Syracuse guys there, that would be a match made in heaven.”
Nassib did remind everyone in the next breath that as a draft prospect you don’t get to pick your team, they pick you.
“That would be a great situation for me, but you don’t choose the team you go to, so if I’m fortunate enough to get picked by them, great,” he said. “But if not, I’m going to make the best of the situation with some other team.”
Nassib, a native Philadelphian, is considered blue collar to the core. It’d be hard to blame him for wanting to come to Buffalo. He’d walk in the door knowing the offense better than any other player in the building, not unlike Ryan Tannehill did for the Dolphins last year after he followed his college head coach Mike Sherman from Texas A&M to Miami.
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