The New York Giants look to start a new era in franchise history with former Buffalo Bills offensive coordinator Brian Daboll as the new head coach for the 2022 NFL season.
However, Dabboll's hiring could be the start of a domino effect for his former passing-game coordinator Ken Dorsey, according to NFL insider Adam Schefter. Both the Giants and Bills' offensive coordinator position is vacant, with rumors pointing to Dorsey filling one of those spots.
Dorsey first joined the Bills as a quarterback coach during the 2019 NFL season — one year after Daboll joined the franchise. He added the role of "passing-game coordinator" to his resumé during the 2021 campaign.
As a first-time head coach, it wouldn't be surprising if Daboll wanted to surround himself with as many familiar faces as possible. Dorsey played a big role in Josh Allen's development as a quarterback, so the hope is that he could potentially do the same for Daniel Jones.
On the other hand, Dorsey may prefer working for the Bills rather than following Daboll to the Giants. Buffalo is one of the perennial AFC contenders, which might be more enticing to the 40-year-old rather than taking a position with the rebuilding Giants.
Coaching positions around the NFL are getting filled by the day, so we should know more about Dorsey's future sooner than later.
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