It seems like offensive coordinator Brian Daboll will not be on the Bills’ staff next season; in fact it would be surprising if he still is by the end of the week with the way he’s getting interest for head coaching jobs.
Head coach Sean McDermott was asked during his season-ending Zoom call Tuesday if his quarterback Josh Allen would have any input on the teams next offensive coordinator.
“Josh and I communicate on a lot of things, we spoke yesterday about some of what you’re discussing here. He will be in the loop and he will be communicated with and we certainly value Josh’s opinion on things and it’s important that he’s comfortable as well so no decision will be made without Josh being looped in.”
Allen said Monday during his end of the season Zoom call that he would like to have a say on who takes over Daboll’s job if he leaves.
“I think every quarterback would love to be a part of that process and I do know there’s a guy in this building that I’m a huge advocate for and again it’s not my job, it’s not my decision to make that.”
One strong candidate for replacing Daboll is Ken Dorsey, who is already on Buffalo’s staff and has built a strong relationship with Allen since joining the Bills in 2019. That seems to be who Allen was referring to during the Zoom call.