ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) — The Buffalo Bills have promoted Chad Hall to wide receivers coach and hired Ken Dorsey as quarterbacks coach.
Hall is a former NFL receiver who spent the past two seasons as an offensive assistant on Bills coach Sean McDermott's staff. He replaces Terry Robiskie, who was fired last month after one season in Buffalo.
Dorsey spent last year as an assistant athletic director at Florida International. He spent the previous seven seasons with the Panthers, including five as Carolina's quarterbacks coach.
It was in Carolina where Dorsey worked on the same staff as McDermott, who was the Panthers' defensive coordinator.
Dorsey is a former NFL quarterback and played a role in grooming Cam Newton in Carolina. In Buffalo, he will be responsible for helping continue developing Josh Allen, who had a 5-6 record as a rookie starter.
Dorsey replaces David Culley, who was hired by the Baltimore Ravens last week to become their assistant head coach, receivers assistant and passing game coordinator.