Bills name Ken Dorsey as new offensive coordinator

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (WHEC) — The Buffalo Bills announced Ken Dorsey has been promoted to be the team’s new offensive coordinator.

Buffalo had previously interviewed the Ravens’ Tee Martin and the Raiders’ Edgar Bennett. However, on Tuesday afternoon, it was confirmed that Dorsey had earned the job.

Dorsey, 40, replaces Brian Daboll, who was named the New York Giants head coach last week.

It allows Buffalo to stay in house, while also securing Josh Allen’s pick for the job. In an end of the season press conference, Allen mentioned that if he were to get a say into the job, Dorsey would be his choice.

Dorsey has been Buffalo’s QB coach, helping tremendously in Allen’s growth.