New Buffalo Bills Coach Tries Bar-Bill Wings For First Time
The Buffalo Bills brass is down in Indianapolis for the NFL Combine, which showcases the top NFL prospects and gives teams a chance to meet with the players and see them in individual drills.
Bills general manager Brandon Beane is about to embark on a very busy next two months, as he tries to re-sign players who are set to hit unrestricted free agency, along with trying to create cap space to sign players on the open market himself.
Not to mention the preparation for the 2022 NFL Draft.
The Bills coaching staff did not see any change from 2020 to 2021, but that will be different for 2022.
Gone is offensive coordinator Brian Daboll, who is now the head coach of the New York Giants. Other position coaches have changed as well, including quarterbacks coach.
The Bills promoted quarterbacks coach and passing game coordinator Ken Dorsey, to offensive coordinator and brought in former Carolina Panthers offensive coordinator Joe Brady as the new quarterbacks coach.
Brady is only 32, which is extremely young for an NFL quarterbacks coach or coordinator. He's regarded as one of the best young minds in football.
Matt Parrino of Syracuse dot come, spoke with Brady at the combine, and said that the new Bills coach tried Bar-Bill wings for the first time and LOVED them.
He got the "Josh Allen special," which is the famous, Cajun Honey Butter BBQ.
I love when new people who are not from Western New York, try Bar-Bill for the first time. It's like a rite of passage here.