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Topic - Tom Modrak
Tom Modrak is out as the Bills chief scout after being fired on Wednesday, days after playing a role in what was regarded as a successful three-day NFL draft for Buffalo.
Strange. Unique. Weird.
Though Modrak didn't have the final say in the Bills' selections, Buffalo missed on numerous first-round picks.
"Certainly we've had our misses up at the top," chief scout Tom Modrak said. "But there are a bunch of things that go into making a team. In this draft, you're going to try to solve some of those problems. I don't think that you can solve them all."