There was a brief thought that the Bills might lose their quarterbacks coach in Ken Dorsey this offseason. The Lions reportedly had interest first, but then Anthony Lynn landed that gig as their offensive coordinator.
Waldron was previously the Rams’ passing game coordinator.
Just in this offseason alone, the Sean McVay Rams coaching staff has seen five assistants leave for other jobs, including defensive coordinator Brandon Staley. He was named the Chargers head coach, essentially keeping Bills offensive coordinator Brian Daboll in Orchard Park next season in the process.
For the Bills, many pointed to Dorsey as potentially Daboll’s replacement if he had left or does in the future, so losing Dorsey might have been considered a blow to Sean McDermott’s coaching staff. That is, of course, speculation that Dorsey would be the next man up.
As of now, it appears the lone coach the Bills are still potentially in a position to lose is defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier. On Tuesday, Frazier had a second interview for the Texans’ vacant head coaching job. We have yet to have any update on Frazier since then/
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