There are multiple reports that the Buffalo Bills General Manager Marv Levy will be stepping down after two years on the job. There has been no announcement from the Bills yet, however, one is expected as soon as this week. Reportedly, the 82 year-old Levy has been worn out by the long hours required as general manager and a mutual decision was made at One Bills Drive to let Levy go back into retirement. The deal, however, may allow for Levy to stay on as a consultant to the Bills. The consensus, according to various reports, is that Levy did the job he set out to do, essentially restoring character and class to the organization.