ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) -Marv Levy, the cerebral coach who led the Buffalo Bills to an unprecedented four straight Super Bowls but couldn't revive a struggling franchise, told the team Monday he would not return as the Bills' general manager.
Bills safety George Wilson told The Associated Press that the 82-year-old Levy opened the team's wrap-up meeting with a five-minute speech during which he said he won't return as GM.
``He's not stepping down,'' Wilson said. ``He's stepping out and moving on in his career.''
Wilson said Levy told players he was content with where the Bills are after his two-year tenure as GM.
The Bills finished the season 7-9 after losing Sunday to Philadelphia, 17-9. They failed to make the playoffs for an eighth straight year, the longest drought in franchise history.

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