Marv Levy's future as head coach of the Buffalo Bills remains in doubt.
Levy and Bills general manager John Butler met over the weekend with team owner Ralph Wilson in West Palm Beach, Fla., to discuss the future of the club.
There has been no official announcement of the meeting's outcome.
Up until this week, Wilson had steadfastly supported Levy's right to coach as long as he wanted to, while Levy had rejected any notion of his retiring. But following last weekend's loss to Green Bay, Levy surprisingly would not comment on his future, and continued that posture two days later during his state-of-the-Bills news conference.
He said he would not do so until after his meeting with Wilson.
Contacted by a couple of news sources Saturday, Wilson said the meetings had taken place, but declined to comment on Levy's status.
"I don't want to talk about that right now," he told one reporter.
Wilson, Butler and Levy were meeting to not only discuss Levy's situation, but also the future of Bills assistant coaches, as well as player-personnel plans for the 1998 season.
It is anticipated that Levy will share results of the meeting with his staff early this week.