THE Buffalo Bills are making a coaching change after a disappointing .500 start through 10 weeks.
The Bills are currently riding a two-game losing streak, with the offense not scoring more than 25 points since Week 4.
As a result, Dorsey was canned, with the franchise instead naming quarterbacks coach Joe Brady as his interim replacement.
He claimed to have confidence in Dorsey, but “I believe we can be better at the same time.”
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Against the Broncos, quarterback Josh Allen committed four turnovers in the loss.
He now leads the NFL with 13 turnovers and 11 interceptions.
Dorsey had previously worked with the Carolina Panthers as their quarterbacks coach from 2013 to 2017.
In 2019, he was signed by the Bills for the same position.
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Now, Brady will step in to fill Dorsey’s vacancy.
Brady joined the Bills in 2022 as the team’s quarterbacks coach.
Prior to his work in Buffalo, he spent two seasons as the Panthers offensive coordinator.
Brady also spent time as a New Orleans Saints offensive assistant.
Collegiately, the 34-year-old has been a passing game coordinator and wide receivers coach for LSU, a graduate assistant at Penn State University, and a linebackers coach at William & Mary.
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