(BUFFALO, NY) — A former University of Miami quarterback, Ken Dorsey, could be in line for the NFL head coaching job with the Carolina Panthers. Dorsey is currently the Buffalo Bills offensive coordinator and the Panthers have requested an interview, according to Ian Rapoport. The Bills are potentially Super Bowl bound this year. Dorsey used to be the Panthers quarterbacks coach.
Another Carolina and Buffalo connection: The #Panthers have requested to interview #Bills OC Ken Dorsey for their vacant HC job, source said. Dorsey has kept the offense rolling in his first year at the helm.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) January 10, 2023
Dorsey was drafted out of the University of Miami in 2003. He set a Hurricanes record with most career touchdown passes, career passing yards and career wins.
The Panthers also have requested permission to interview Eagles offensive coordinator Shane Steichen and Lions offensive coordinator Ben Johnson, according to reports. Steichen and Johnson also were requested by the Houston Texans and Indianapolis Colts.