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GOOD NEWS: In Buffalo, the former offensive coordinator for the Panthers r……….

Former Panthers Offensive Coordinator Gets Promoted in Buffalo

After losing 24-22 to the Denver Broncos on Monday Night Football, the Buffalo Bills fired offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey and promoted Joe Brady to interim coordinator.

Brady, who was promoted, and the late Dorsey are both from Carolina.

After retiring from the Canadian Football League in 2010, Dorsey joined the Panthers’ staff as a pro scout in 2011, serving in that role for two seasons.

He then rose to the position of quarterbacks coach, serving in that capacity from 2013 to 2017, when he and offensive coordinator Mike Shula were fired.

After taking a two-year hiatus from coaching, Dorsey received an offer to work as the quarterbacks coach in Buffalo under Sean McDermott, the current head coach and former defensive coordinator of the Panthers.

In January, Dorsey interviewed for the Panthers’ vacant head coaching position.

Brady, Dorsey’s replacement, was hired in 2020 straight from LSU to coordinate the Carolina Panthers’ offense under former head coach Matt Rhule. Brady was fired from Carolina on December 5th, 2021.

Prior to his most recent promotion, he was employed by Buffalo in February 2022 as a quarterbacks coach, where he served until his hiring.

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