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Report: Bills interview Ken Dorsey for offensive coordinator job

The Buffalo Bills interviewed Carolina Panthers quarterbacks coach Ken Dorsey for their offensive coordinator opening, The Charlotte Observer reported.

Dorsey worked with new Bills coach Sean McDermott when McDermott was the Panthers' defensive coordinator.

Dorsey, 35, became an assistant coach on Ron Rivera's Carolina staff in 2013 after spending two years as a scout for the team.

Dorsey helped guide Cam Newton through his MVP season in 2015. Last year, Newton regressed, falling to career lows in several passing categories.

Dorsey quarterbacked the University of Miami to the 2001 national championship. He is the Hurricanes' winningest QB in their history with a 38-2 record. He was a two-time Heisman Trophy finalist.

Meanwhile, an NFL source told The News that reports that the Bills' interest in Green Bay Packers quarterback coach Alex Van Pelt is "speculation."

Van Pelt is a former Bills quarterback and was their OC and quarterbacks coach in 2009 after spending 2006 and 2007 as their offensive quality control coach and 2008 as their quarterbacks coach. The Packers face the Atlanta Falcons in the NFC Championship Game Sunday.

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