By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
The Buffalo Bills have hired former Carolina Panthers offensive coordinator Joe Brady as their new quarterbacks’ coach. He spent parts of two seasons as the Panthers’ offensive coordinator in 2021.
According to NFL Media, the sides reached an agreement on Wednesday for Brady to join the Bills. He will serve in the role that was previously occupied by Ken Dorsey.
With Brian Daboll leaving to become the New York Giants’ head coach, Dorsey has been promoted to offensive coordinator. Dorsey and Brady will mentor quarterback Josh Allen, who the coaching staff hope will guide them to the Super Bowl in February 2023.
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Brady was fired by Panthers head coach Matt Rhule in December. He has been a hot name in the coaching circles after helping the LSU Tigers to the national championship during the 2019 season.
Before joining the Tigers as their passing game coordinator and wide receivers coach for the 2019 season, he served two seasons as the New Orleans Saints offensive assistant. During the 2019 season, Brady received the Broyles Award, which is given to the top assistant coach in college football.
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He was a graduate assistant with the Penn State Nittany Lions in 2015 and 2016. He began his coaching career with the William & Mary Tribe during the 2013 and 2014 seasons as their linebackers coach.
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