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[BN] Blitz newsletter: With a new OC, will Bills replace their QB coach, too?

The Bills hired Brian Daboll as offensive coordinator to replace Rick Dennison, whose stint in Buffalo saw the Bills' passing attack rank near the bottom of the league. What impact will that have on how the Bills would develop a rookie quarterback?

If the Bills draft a quarterback this year, it won't be Daboll drilling the rookie passer on fundamentals, Vic Carucci wrote Wednesday. That job will likely fall to the quarterbacks coach.

The man in that role last year was David Culley, 62, who had been a wide receivers coach since 1994 – before this year's quarterback crop was born. Will coach Sean McDermott want him to stick around, or are more offensive changes on the way? Will he mesh with Daboll? The Bills need to answer those questions in the near future.

Bon Jovi says he wouldn't have moved the Bills to Toronto: Jon Bon Jovi caused a stir Wednesday when he told Howard Stern that he wouldn't have moved the Bills if his group bought the team in 2014. Bon Jovi said he was heartbroken after losing out on the team, but it doesn't change the fact that he was partnered with a Toronto-based group that wanted the Bills north of the border.

"The Tim Graham Show" reacts to Bon Jovi's comments: Graham was on top of the sale of the team while covering the Bills for the News. Hear what he had to say about Bon Jovi's comments on his own radio show Wednesday.

Was that Roger Goodell in Buffalo Sunday? Yep, it was. The NFL commissioner was in town for Jim Kelly's daughter's wedding, apparently. Goodell is a Jamestown native. Wonder if he stopped to talk to the Bills about the Richie Incognito situation?



Eric Wood welcomes newborn son: Luckily for Wood, the birth waited until after the team's playoff game. But he was prepared, and had an offer from owner Terry Pegula to take a private jet home if needed.

Rudolph reportedly out of Senior Bowl: Oklahoma State QB Mason Rudolph will miss the Senior Bowl with a mild sprain in his foot, NFL Network reported. Oklahoma's Baker Mayfield and Wyoming's Josh Allen will be at the game.

Live from the Shrine Game: Jay Skurski is in Florida this week reporting live from The East-West Shine Game, one of college football's several all-star events. Wednesday, Ohio State defenders Chris Worley and Damon Webb showed teams why they might be worth of a draft pick. Meanwhile, Penn State receiver DaeSean Hamilton opened up about his family life.

Daily Drive Podcast: There are decisions to be made on the Bills' offensive line.

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