Written by Robert J. Matthews
Joe Brady, who has served as the Buffalo Bills' interim offensive coordinator for the past nine games, is in position to be released from his interim status.
Jeremy Fowler of ESPN reported that Tom Brady will interview on Thursday for the position of offensive coordinator.
Brady was appointed interim offensive coordinator subsequent to the dismissal of Ken Dorsey subsequent to the Buffalo Bills' 24-22 defeat to the Denver Broncos in Week 10.
The Bills went 7-2 after the adjustment was made, including the postseason.
With the postseason included, Buffalo averaged 27.11 points per game during Brady's nine games as the offensive playcaller.
Additionally, Brady assisted in igniting the running attack, which gained at least 105 yards per game when he was in pursuit.
Quarterback Josh Allen expressed unequivocal support for Brady in the event that he were to be appointed offensive coordinator.
I would embrace it wholeheartedly," Allen stated. "I adore Joe," I adore what he contributes to this team and our offense—his electric spirit and unbridled enthusiasm for the sport of football.