Strike another name off the list, Buffalo fans.
Less than one full year after naming former Broncos offensive coordinator Rick Dennison to the same position, the Bills cut ties with the play-caller after crashing out of the playoffs. And now, Dennison's successor in Denver will similarly not be running the offensive show next season in Buffalo.
After reportedly being under consideration, the Bills won't be hiring Mike McCoy.
#Bills won't be hiring Mike McCoy as their new offensive coordinator, per source.— Vic Carucci (@viccarucci) January 13, 2018
McCoy, who was head coach for the Chargers for four years, returned to Denver for a second stint in charge of the offense at Mile High. That run was short-lived, as head coach Vance Joseph was given the sack after an unfortunate 5-11 season.
McCoy has the experience and the CV to land a solid job at any number of places around the league, so there's no need to weep for him. But for now, he'll have to keep on looking.