The Buffalo Bills named Joe Brady as their offensive coordinator on Sunday.
Brady was in his second season as Buffalo’s quarterbacks coach before he was promoted to interim offensive coordinator in mid-November after Ken Dorsey was fired.
Dorsey was dismissed on Nov. 14, one day after the Bills lost 24-22 to the Denver Broncos to fall to 5-5 on the season.
Under Brady, the Bills won six of their last seven games of the season to capture the AFC East title for the fourth year in a row. They also defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers in the wild-card round before falling to the Kansas City Chiefs in the divisional round on Jan. 21.
Brady, 34, also served as the Carolina Panthers’ offensive coordinator for two seasons (2020-21). He was an offensive assistant with the New Orleans Saints for two seasons (2017-18) and spent the 2019 season as passing coordinator for LSU’s national championship team.