Jets requested permission to interview Payments coach Joe Brady

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The place there was smoke there evidently was fireplace regarding Buffalo Payments quarterbacks coach Joe Brady.

In accordance with a report on Jan. 14, there was reportedly a degree of curiosity in Brady from the New York Jets. At the moment, an replace said that the Jets had been “doing their homework” on Brady relating to their vacant offensive coordinator place.

That got here to the forefront this previous weekend.

In accordance with NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, New York requested permission to interview Brady.

Nonetheless, it’s not precisely straight ahead from Brady’s place. Per Rap Sheet, there’s a likelihood that Brady declines a chance to turn out to be the Jets OC due to his fondness for Buffalo:

In actuality, that seemingly has one thing to do with the Payments’ present OC, Ken Dorsey.

Dorsey is below a bit of fireside following Buffalo’s departure from the postseason, however others groups have already expressed curiosity in him. On Jan. 10, the Carolina Panthers requested permission to interview Dorsey for his or her vacant head coach place.

Dorsey is unlikely to land that gig because of his inexperience, however down the road, he may turn out to be a critical contender for different bench boss jobs. That might go away Brady first in line to take over as Buffalo’s offensive coordinator.

Brady, 33, does have some temporary expertise as an offensive coordinator, so his departure over Dorsey’s could be extra practical. Brady was Carolina’s OC briefly in 2020 earlier than an obvious falling out with then head coach Matt Rhule.

Bills Wire will proceed to carry updates regarding any interviews members of the crew’s entrance workplace have all through the offseason.

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