Doug Marrone has agreed to terms to become the head coach of the Buffalo Bills, leaving his "dream job" as head coach at Syracuse University, according to several published reports.

The Bills have not formally introduced Marrone, who will replace Chan Gailey as Bills head coach.

Marrone has spent the last four seasons turning around Syracuse University's football program, which has won two Pinstripe Bowls in the last three seasons. Marrone reportedly also interviewed for the Cleveland Browns head coaching vacancy last week.

Marrone had a 25-25 coaching record at Syracuse and was 2-0 in bowl games. He has NFL coaching experience with the New York Jets (Offensive Line) and the New Orleans Saints (Offensive Coordinator). This will be his first opportunity has an NFL head coach.