http://www.wivb.com/Global/story.asp?S=7558011 Marv Levy Stepping Down as General Manager of the Bills Updated: Dec 30, 2007 04:48 PM (Orchard Park, NY, December 30, 2007)-- As the Buffalo Bills 2007 season came to a close in Philadelphia today, multiple sources tell News Four Sports Director Dennis Williams and Sports Anchor Paul Peck that Marv Levy will be stepping down as General Manager. The announcement could come as early as this week. After internal discussions within the Bills organization, the mutual decision was made to let Marv step back into retirement after two years on the job.The long hours required for the position of General Manager were reportedly wearing on the 82 year old Levy, and the feeling was Marv had done what he needed to do. The Hall of fame coach returned to the Bills in a new role of General Manager in January of 2006. Levy instantly began the job of restoring the organization with his well known principles of character and class. Through two years, Levy has been a big part of completely changing the face of the roster. Marv has always had a record of being white friendly. He will be missed.