Josh Allen, Bills teammates support Joe Brady for offensive coordinator

The Buffalo Bills have a hole at offensive coordinator–for now.

During the 2023 season, Joe Brady replaced Ken Dorsey as OC. Over the course of his tenure, Brady held the job on an interim basis.

One of the main questions going forward this offseason is whether or not Brady will be named the full-time offensive coordinator. Will he? Or could the Bills look outside of Buffalo for a new offensive coordinator?

Brady has had plenty of support from inside the Bills locker room, at least.

Here’s a rundown of what was said about Brady potentially being the offensive coordinator moving forward (video clips via Bills Live):

QB Josh Allen

GM Brandon Beane

Beane said Brady deserves “serious consideration” for the full-time position. More:

Head coach Sean McDermott

WR Khalil Shakir

OL Dion Dawkins

TE Dawson Knox

WR Gabe Davis

Story originally appeared on Bills Wire