The Buffalo Bills are already on the search for another assistant coach. On Tuesday, wide receivers coach Phil McGeoghan left the team in order to take the same position with the Los Angeles Chargers. Sources told ESPN’s Mike Rodak it was a mutual decision.
Chargers head coach Anthony Lynn never worked with McGeohan in Buffalo, but they did work together in Denver. Lynn was a special teams coach for the Broncos while McGeohan was a wide receiver there during the early 2000’s.
McGeohan worked with the wide receiver corps at East Carolina University before joining the staff in Buffalo in 2017. McGeohan helped former Pirate and current Buffalo Bills WR Zay Jones to both the NCAA Division I all time receptions and single season receptions record in 2016.
As of Tuesday night the Bills have already interviewed former Tennessee Titans offensive coordinator Terry Robiskie and retired WR coach Jimmy Robinson, who most recently worked with the Dallas Cowboys until 2015.
According to The Sporting News, sources have also pointed out that Robiskie is also currently under consideration for another NFL assistant coaching position.
Chargers wide receivers coach Nick Sirianni left his position to become the offensive coordinator with the Indianapolis Colts following the hiring of Frank Reich.