Bills OC Ken Dorsey praises rookie in training camp
The Buffalo Bills are just over two weeks away from their preseason opener, which will be played Aug. 13 against the Indianapolis Colts at Highmark Stadium. The annual blue vs. red game will take place a week before August 5th.
Until then, we’ll have to stick to training camp practices, as the Bills endure day four at St. John Fisher University in Rochester.
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This will be the first season former Bills quarterbacks coach Ken Dorsey has called himself as the team’s new offensive coordinator. Dorsey was the passing game coordinator in 2021 and has been with Josh Allen since 2019, so he already has a great understanding of the attacking strengths and weaknesses.
Dorsey spoke to the media at St. John Fisher ahead of Wednesday morning’s practice and talked about Josh Allen’s expanded role and what the Bills’ new offensive players bring to the table.
The most telling comments were about rookie running back, James Cook, who was a second-round pick by Buffalo in 2022.
Cook’s biggest strengths are explosiveness and pass-catching, and it looks like Dorsey would like to use him as often as possible this fall
The Bills are a first offense under Josh Allen, but they’ve lacked a viable threat to break back in terms of wide receiver. While Devin Singletary will likely see more touches this season, Cook will likely have the bigger plays and especially the passing game.
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