Brandon Beane finished sculpting his scouting department

Buffalo Bills’ new general manager Brandon Beane has finished putting together his scouting department, replacing Doug Whaley and his staff.

The Buffalo Bills have a completely new everything this season. Starting with the coaching staff, moving to the roster and the draft, to the general manager and now the scouting department, Buffalo is no doubt looking ahead to the future.

Looking at the scouting department Brandon Beane has put together, they have the right guys to bring them the right players to get them some victories — that was fun to say.

The Buffalo Bills are now one month into their post-Doug Whaley era and things are looking very well for this franchise. The Bills appear to be molding the franchise after the Carolina Panthers and taking advantage of familiarity has helped this team get comfortable with each other fast.

About a week ago, I wrote a piece with an updated list of the scouting department. At that time, the list was at 13. With the search now complete, that list stands at 17 staff members.

Let’s see what Brandon Beane was able to put together.

Joe Schoen – Assistant General Manager

Comes from the Miami Dolphins, spent the last three seasons as the Dolphins’ Director of Player Personnel. Also was the team’s assistant director of college scouting and national scout.

Brain Gaine – Vice President of Player Personnel

Gaine was originally interviewed for the Buffalo Bills‘ GM vacancy, but was hired as the VP of Player Personnel after the Bills chose to go with Beane.

Over the past three seasons with the Texans, Gaine has “supervised all pro player evaluation, the advance scouting process, free agency and the monitoring of player transactions,” according to Sal Maiorana.

Malik Boyd – Director of Pro Personnel

Boyd joins as the Buffalo Bills‘ Director of Pro Personnel. After spending a few years with the Colts early in his scouting career, Boyd has spent the last 12 years with the Cardinals. He held positions including Assistant…

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