The Buffalo Bills have hired Joe Brady as their new quarterbacks coach.
The position became vacant when Ken Dorsey was promoted to offensive coordinator.
Brady started his football career as a wide receiver at William & Mary. After his playing career, he then transitioned to linebackers coach in 2013-2014 at his alma mater. He then went on to get his master's at Penn State where he served as a graduate assistant from 2015-2016.
Brady then earned his first NFL job serving as an offensive assistant under Sean Payton in New Orleans from 2017 to 2018. During his time with the Saints, the offense ranked top five in several statistical categories.
In 2019, Brady joined LSU as their passing game coordinator and wide receivers coach. That season with Joe Burrow, Clyde Edwards-Helarie, Ja'Marr Chase, and Justin Jefferson, the Tigers went 15-0 and won the CFP National Championship. Burrow threw for 5,671 yards and 60 touchdowns that season and the offense set many school and SEC records. Following that season, Brady won the Broyles Award for being the best assistant coach in college football.
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He found his way back to the NFL in 2020 when he became the offensive coordinator of the Carolina Panthers and held that position for nearly two seasons.
Brady is now the Bills' 18th quarterbacks coach since 1971.