Ex-Bills defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier to attend Coach Accelerator program

Former Buffalo Bills defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier will be among 40 participating in the NFL’s Coach Accelerator program.

It will be held at the league’s spring meeting in Minneapolis next week. The NFL announced those taking part in the program on Wednesday. Last year was the inaugural Coach and Front Office Accelerator event.

The program aims to “increase exposure between owners, executives, and diverse coaching talent, providing ample opportunity to develop and build upon their relationships.”

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Frazier stepped down from his post as Buffalo’s defensive coordinator following the 2022 postseason.

The announcement from Frazier stated that he would only be away from football in 2023. His future in Buffalo beyond that is unknown and was not addressed.

Since Frazier’s departure, Bills head coach Sean McDermott announced he would take over as the team’s defensive play-caller next season.


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Story originally appeared on Bills Wire