Add an offensive line coach to the growing list of coaches and front office members who need to replace the Buffalo Bills.
Bobby Johnson is the latest coach to leave the Bills for the New York Giants. Bally Sports’ Mike Silver broke the news on Monday night, which was later confirmed by The Athletic’s Tim Graham.
Johnson joins GM Joe Schoen and head coach Brian Daboll in New York.
Johnson joined the current Bills’ regime in 2019. He was previously part of the Buffalo coaching staff from 2010-2011. In addition to his time in Buffalo, Johnson has spent time coaching the Indianapolis Colts, then-Oakland Raiders, Detroit Lions and Jacksonville Jaguars.
Unfortunately for Buffalo, more coaches could be leaving for the Giants. Ken Dorsey has been linked with the offensive coordinator job in New York, and other coaches with ties to Daboll, Shea Tierney and Ryan Wendell could also join him in New York.
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