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Ken Dorsey expected to remain Buffalo Bills QB coach after offensive coordinator jobs filled

Only the Texans job remains open.

Buffalo Bills quarterbacks coach Ken Dorsey, who had garnered interest from teams as a potential offensive coordinator, is now expected to remain in his current position for 2021. That follows news that the Detroit Lions hired Anthony Lynn as their offensive coordinator, while the Seattle Seahawks landed on Shane Waldron of the Los Angeles Rams, per ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Schefter had reported that Dorsey was in the running for the Seahawks job, while the Detroit Free Press reported Dorsey’s connection to the Lions.

At this point, just about every coaching staff in the NFL is settled, with one notable exception: the Houston Texans. Bills defensive coordinator/assistant head coach Leslie Frazier is considered a finalist for the job, along with Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy and (apparently) veteran practice squad quarterback Josh McCown. Frazier had his second interview on Tuesday.

With Frazier still a viable candidate (and, to be fair, any potential head coach could call Dorsey’s number), it’s too early to say with certainty that Dorsey will be back with Buffalo in the upcoming year. But every other avenue has closed, at this point.

The Bills have not seen any coaches or front office staff hired away yet this year, despite reaching the AFC Championship Game for the first time since their 1993 Super Bowl appearance.