It didn’t take long for Ronald Curry to land on his feet. He’s joining ex-New Orleans Saints assistant Joe Brady on the Buffalo Bills, per KPRC2’s Aaron Wilson. The Bills had a vacant quarterbacks coach position and Curry is likely filling it. News broke Tuesday evening that Curry would not return to the Saints for 2024.
Curry was a respected coach in New Orleans — he had spent years working with the wide receivers and quarterbacks before being promoted to passing game coordinator, but there wasn’t a role for him on incoming offensive coordinator Klint Kubiak’s staff. The Saints are shedding more and more pieces from the Sean Payton era.
With that said, it’s a little surprising that Curry didn’t land with two head coaches he’s worked for in the past: Sean Payton on the Denver Broncos and Jim Harbaugh with the Los Angeles Chargers. But there’s obvious familiarity between him and Brady, and Buffalo is a good fit with a playoff-ready roster and a talented young quarterback in Josh Allen. Good luck RC.