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Bills Add Three New Employees To Their Coaching Staff
Although Sean McDermott is still the head coach, the Buffalo Bills have spent this summer completely changing the coaching staff that surrounds him. The Bills formally introduced their three new hires on Wednesday: Christian Taylor will serve as the defensive quality control coach, Ronald Curry will train quarterbacks, and Jahmile Addae will coach cornerbacks.

The 44-year-old Curry replaces Joe Brady, who was recently elevated by the Bills to the position of offensive coordinator full-time. Curry has been a member of the New Orleans Saints coaching staff for the last eight years. He has spent the last three of those years coaching the quarterback position, and in 2022 he will also be the passing game coordinator. In 2014 and 2015, he worked as an offensive assistant for the San Francisco 49ers, when he made his coaching debut.

Curry played for the Oakland Raiders, Detroit Lions, and St. Louis Rams for eight seasons in the National Football League. In addition, he participated in two sports while attending North Carolina: basketball and football. The 39-year-old Addae travels from Miami to Buffalo for his first position as an NFL coach. He has coached secondary and cornerbacks for a number of well-known collegiate teams, including Miami, Georgia, and West Virginia, his alma mater. Addae was a two-time member of the Mountaineers’ All-Big East team from 2001 to 2005.

Similar to Addae, Taylor is a veteran college coach who is transitioning to the NFL. Having coached mostly lesser college teams for 16 years, he most recently held the position of offensive coordinator at his alma institution, William & Mary. Since the offseason is still early, it’s quite probable that the Bills will soon make other personnel adjustments.

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