Joe Person of the Charlotte Observer reports that the Bills brought in Panthers QBs coach Ken Dorsey for an interview on Wednesday regarding their offensive coordinator position.
The Bills were expected to meet with Greg Olson before reports surfaced that he plans to accept the Rams QBs coach position.
Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports is hearing that the Bills may be inclined to pursue Alex Van Pelt for their offensive coordinator job, depending on when Green Bay’s season is over, so that could also be something to keep an eye on in the coming weeks.
Other candidates mentioned in relation to the Bills’ offensive coordinator position include Chiefs co-coordinator Brad Childress and former Vikings OC Norv Turner.
Dorsey, 35, began his NFL coaching career with the Panthers back in 2013 as their quarterbacks. Before that, Dorsey served as a pro scout for the Carolina after he finished his playing career with the Toronto Argonauts back in 2010.
We’ll have more regarding the Bills’ coordinator job as the news is available.