According to Ian Rapoport, Chiefs co-OC Brad Childress could be coaching his last game with the team if they lose to the Steelers Sunday night.
Rapoport reports that Childress is a “top target” for the Bills’ offensive coordinator job along with Greg Olson.
If Childress were to leave the Chiefs, Rapoport mentions that co-OC Matt Nagy could over as offensive coordinator on a full-time basis.
The Bills have also been linked to former Vikings OC Norv Turner.
Childress, 60, began his NFL coaching career with the Eagles as their quarterbacks coach back in 1999. He was later promoted to offensive coordinator before being hired as the Vikings head coach in 2006.
After being fired by the Vikings, Childress spent one year with the Browns before he was hired by the Chiefs as their spread game analyst and later took over as offensive coordinator for the 2016 season.
In 2016, the Chiefs were No. 4 in points scored, No. 20 in total yards, No. 15 in rushing yards and No. 19 in passing yards.