ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. — The Buffalo Bills have announced that the team has agreed to terms for Rick Dennison to become the team’s offensive coordinator.
Dennison comes to Buffalo after spending the past two seasons as the Denver Broncos’ offensive coordinator. A 22-year NFL coaching veteran, Dennison began his coaching career in 1995 with the Broncos–going on to fill a multitude of roles including an initial stint as the team’s offensive coordinator from 2006-2008. In addition to the Broncos (1995-2009, 2015-2016), Dennison has spent time with the Houston Texans (2010-2013) and Baltimore Ravens (2014).
Throughout his coaching career, Dennison has appeared in and won three Super Bowls (XXXII, XXXIII, 50), with the first two coming during his time as a Broncos’ special teams coach and his most recent coming last season during his second stint as the Broncos’ offensive coordinator.
Prior to his coaching career, Dennison enjoyed a nine year playing career with the Broncos. During his time as Denver linebacker, the team appeared in three Super Bowls (XXI, XXII and XXIV).
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