Sent packing by the Denver Broncos, it did not take Rick Dennison long to find a new home. On Thursday, he was hired by the Buffalo Bills to be their offensive coordinator.

After running the Broncos offense for the past two seasons, Dennison was not retained by newly-minted head coach Vance Joseph; who instead opted for Mike McCoy. The offense during his second stint in the Mile High City wasn’t always pretty, but was good enough to capture a Super Bowl title last season.

Dennison won three Super Bowls on the Broncos staff, serving as a special teams coach in the late 90’s. In addition to their time together in Denver, he spent time on Gary Kubiak’s staff with both the Houston Texans and Baltimore Ravens.

The hiring of Dennison could bode well for the chances of Tyrod Taylor remaining in Buffalo. Taylor served as backup to Joe Flacco during Dennison’s tenure as quarterback coach for the Ravens.


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