BUFFALO, N.Y.(WIVB) - The Bills have hired Ken Dorsey to be their quarterbacks coach and promoted Chad Hall to wide receivers coach, the team announced on Saturday.
Dorsey spent the 2018 season as the Assistant Athletic Director at Florida Internatial Univeristy. Prior, the 37-year-old served as quarterbacks coach for the Carolina Panthers from 2013-2017 working alongside Cam Newton.
Under Dorsey, Newton enjoyed his most successful season in 2015 throwing for 3,837 yards, 35 touchdowns en route to earning league MVP honors. He also ran for 10 touchdowns that year.
He also served as a scout with the team from 2011-2012 and interviewed for the Bills offensive coordinator position in 2017.
Hall spent the last two seasons as an offensive assistant with Buffalo, working with the wide receivers and scout team.
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