After stupidly firing their GM, one NFL team took another drastic step Brett Carlsen/Getty Images
ORCHARD PARK, NY - JANUARY 03: Buffalo Bills general manager Doug Whaley talks to Buffalo Bills owner Terry Pegula beforethe first half against the New York Jets at Ralph Wilson Stadium on January 3, 2016 in Orchard Park, New York. (Photo by Brett Carlsen/Getty Images)

The Buffalo Bills look to be cleaning house as they fired general manager Doug Whaley earlier Sunday morning and now seem to be firing the entire scouting department. According to Pro Football Talk, owner Terry Pagula said that the team has also cleared out their pro and amateur scouting departments as they shift directions on the personnel side of the organization. And it looks like there’s been some confirmation on that as well:

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The only person who seems safe is newly hired head coach Sean McDermott and NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport has some news on who might be joining him.

Whaley had been GM since 2013 so this will be the first major hire for the Pegula family who took over in 2014. It will also decide the fate of the Bills’ future as they are a desperate franchise looking to get back to the playoffs for the first time this century.

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