The Buffalo Bills announced Tuesday that they’ve agreed to terms with Chiefs WRs coach David Culley to be their quarterbacks coach.
David Culley has agreed to terms to be our quarterbacks coach.
— Buffalo Bills (@buffalobills) January 24, 2017
Alex Marvez of the Sporting News reports that Chiefs wide receivers coach David Culley is leaving to become the Bills quarterbacks coach.
Marvez adds that he’s still working to confirm that Culley will, in fact, be joining the Bills’ coaching staff.
The Bills are still working to fill out their coaching staff under new head coach Sean McDermott. Buffalo hired former Broncos’ offensive coordinator Rick Dennison to run their offense last week.
Culley, 61, began his NFL coaching career with the Buccaneers back in 1994 as their receivers coach. He had a brief stint with the Steelers before the Eagles hired him as their WRs coach in 1999.
After 13 years in Philadelphia Culley agreed to follow Andy Reid to the Chiefs as his assistant head coach/WRs coach back in 2013.
We’ll have more regarding Culley joining the Bills’ staff as the news is available.