Report: Bills considering pair of former head coaches for OC job

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The Buffalo Bills, who recently fired former offensive coordinator Rick Dennison, are reportedly interested in hiring two candidates with major Carolina Panthers ties. 

Via Alex Marvez of the Sporting News, the top two options to replace the just-fired Rick Dennison appear to be Mike McCoy and Rob Chudzinski.

Chudzinski worked on the Panthers staff with Bills head coach Sean McDermott for two years (2011-12) before he got the Browns head coaching gig, so there’s some automatic familiarity there. He was with the Colts since 2015.

McCoy’s known as a co-worker only to General Manager Brandon Beane, as he was an assistant there from 2000-08, carrying over from the George Seifert staff to John Fox. The Broncos fired McCoy from his second stint as offensive coordinator in midseason. McCoy was head coach of the San Diego Chargers from 2013 to 2016.

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