The question now is, what are the Bills doing to replace him? General manager Brandon Beane said Wednesday he had met with coach Sean McDermott to discuss plans if Daboll and/or Frazier left.
“The rules are that no matter what, you have to interview from the outside for a coordinator job anyway,” Beane said. “So we would follow all of that. We have a list of some guys. We’re kind of in this wait-and-see mode because, at this point, Brian and Leslie are still in interview mode and that’s tough, because we’re a kinda like, ‘Does he have one or not?’
“We want them to get one. We really appreciate what they’ve done but until that happens we can’t start our interview process for offensive coordinator, defensive coordinator. But yes we still want to look We would like to look at what we have whether it is defensive side of the ball or attacking side of the ball what do we have in the staff here that we think could handle Brian’s job or from Leslie and then who are the candidates we’ve been trained against, who we’ve played against, whatever it is, and ‘this system that I really like, I wonder what it would look like, let me do it come in and pick his brain and see if he would make it fit. So we’ll definitely look in and look out.”
The leading inside candidate is Ken Dorsey, the team’s current quarterbacks coach. He received strong support from Allen on Monday at the quarterback’s season-ending press conference.