Marv Levy is a legendary football coach who is best known for his time with the Buffalo Bills. He was born in Chicago, Illinois in 1925 and attended Coe College in Iowa. After graduating, Levy began his coaching career at the high school level. He then moved on to the college level, coaching at the University of New Mexico, the University of California, and the University of William & Mary.

Levy's NFL career began in 1978 when he was hired as the head coach of the Kansas City Chiefs. He was with the Chiefs for four years, leading them to the playoffs in his first three seasons. In 1983, Levy was hired as the head coach of the Buffalo Bills. During his time in Buffalo, Levy led the Bills to four consecutive Super Bowl appearances, becoming the only coach in NFL history to accomplish this feat.

Levy was known for his innovative offensive strategies, which included the use of the no-huddle offense. He was also known for his motivational speeches, which he often gave before games. Levy was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2001.

Levy retired from coaching in 1997, but returned to the NFL in 2006 to serve as the general manager of the Bills. He held this position for two years before retiring for good in 2007. Throughout his career, Levy was known for his intelligence, passion, and dedication to the game of football. He was a beloved figure in Buffalo and is remembered as one of the greatest coaches in NFL history.