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Bills coach Marrone has cancerous mole removed

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The Canadian Press
4/22/2014 11:12:17 PM
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ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- Buffalo Bills coach Doug Marrone says he has had a cancerous mole removed following a recent doctor's visit, and adds it will not have any effect on his ability to continue coaching.

Marrone revealed he had cancer through a statement released by the team late Tuesday night. Marrone said the only follow-up requirement is to have his moles checked every three months, adding: "that basically is the end of the story."

Marrone is entering his second year on the job following the team's 6-10 finish last year.

The news comes at a difficult time for the Bills. Owner and founder Ralph Wilson died last month, and Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly is currently being treated for the recurrence of sinus cancer.

Doug Marrone (Photo: The Canadian Press)

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