The Buffalo Bills announced Tuesday they agreed to terms with David Culley to become their quarterbacks coach.
Culley spent the last four seasons as assistant head coach/wide receivers coach for the Kansas City Chiefs. He began his coaching career in the NFL in 1994 with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Culley joined the Philadelphia Eagles' coaching staff in 1996. He spent most of his time with them guiding their receivers, the position he handled for Chiefs beginning in 2013.
Culley spent the first 15 years of coaching career at the college level. He was at Austin Peay (1978), Vanderbilt (1979-1981), Middle Tennessee State (1982), Chattanooga (1983), Southwestern Louisiana (1985-1988), Texas El-Paso (1989-1990), and Texas A&M (1991-1993).