Bills interview Ken Dorsey for offensive coordinator opening

Panthers coach Ron Rivera stressed the need for his offense to “evolve,” but so far, that hasn’t included any major changes. But one may be coming. According to Joe Person of the Charlotte Observer, the Bills interviewed Panthers quarterbacks coach Ken Dorsey for their offensive coordinator opening. Former Panthers defensive coordinator Sean McDermott obviously has a…
Via Pro Football Talk
January 19, 2017

Report: Bills interview Panthers QB coach for OC job

The Bills search for an offensive coordinator found head coach Sean McDermott sitting down with a familiar face for an interview Wednesday.  According to the Charlotte Ovserver the Bills interviewed Panthers QBs coach Ken Dorsey for the Bills OC post.  Dorsey has been on the Panthers coaching staff since 2013 after previously serving as a pro scout for the Panthers.  There are...
Via Inside the Bills
January 18, 2017

Report: Bills interviewed Panthers QB coach Ken Dorsey for offensive coordinator job

He’s never been a coordinator but has ties to Sean McDermott. Ken Dorsey isn't a house-hold name among NFL coaches, but he just interviewed to possibly become the next Buffalo Bills offensive coordinator, per Joseph Person of The Charlotte Observer. Sean McDermott interviewed Panthers QBs coach Ken Dorsey today for Bills OC job.— Joe Person (@josephperson...
Via Buffalo Rumblings
January 18, 2017

Report: Buffalo Bills interview Panthers QB coach Ken Dorsey for OC position

The former NFL quarterback has spent the past four seasons as Carolina’s QB coach, working alongside Sean McDermott As reported by Joseph Person of the Charlotte Observer, the Bills interviewed Panthers quarterbacks coach Ken Dorsey for their opening at the offensive coordinator position. Dorsey, 35, has been working with the Panthers since 2011, first as a pro scout and for the...
Via Buffalo Rumblings
January 18, 2017

WATCH: Brad Kaaya Sets Miami Hurricanes All-Time Passing Record

Brad Kaaya had a record-breaking performance for the Miami Hurricanes against Duke. In the Canes' win, he passed Ken Dorsey to become the school's all-time passing leader. Kaaya now has thrown for 9,686 yards in his 3 years as the Canes' QB. In the game, he had 396 yards passing and 4 TD.
Via ACC Digital Network
November 26, 2016

WATCH: Duke vs. Miami Football Highlights (2016)

Duke vs. Miami: Led by a career day from Brad Kaaya, the Hurricanes rolled to a 41 - 20 victory over the Blue Devils. Kaaya passed for 396 yards and 4 touchdowns, passing Ken Dorsey to be the Hurricanes all-time passing yardage leader. David Njoku hauled in two 65+ yard touchdowns and Miami's defense held the Blue Devils to 21 points.
Via ACC Digital Network
November 26, 2016

Brad Kaaya becomes Miami Hurricanes’ career passing leader

Brad Kaaya (Getty Images) With a 45-yard completion to Stacy Coley in the final home game of his junior season, Brad Kaaya became Miami’s career passing yards leader. Kaaya overtook Ken Dorsey, who had 9,565 yards from 1999-2002. Kaaya finished the third quarter with 9,603. He entered the day with 61 touchdowns (third, behind Jacory Harris, 70, and Dorsey, 86); 674 completions...
Via Canes Watch
November 26, 2016

Miami Hurricanes Football: Will Saturday Vs Florida State be Brad Kaaya’s Defining Moment?

We all remember it like it was yesterday. It’s hard to believe that it’s been 16 years since this happened...... UM was trailing FSU 24-20 with just 1:32 left on the clock, and Ken Dorsey went to work. Perfectly placed quick slant to to Santana Moss for almost 20. Dorsey looking calm, cool, and collected. A few plays later, 5 step drop and KD hits a diving Reggie Wayne...
Via State of the U
October 05, 2016

Former Ohio State LB Cie Grant Sings Special Rendition Of ‘Carmen Ohio’ Ahead Of Title Game

Former Ohio State linebacker Cie Grant is one of the most beloved Buckeyes in school history – and really for two reasons. One – his pressure on Miami (FL) quarterback Ken Dorsey during the final play of the 2003 Fiesta Bowl led to Ohio State winning the national title. And two – during the ensuing championship celebration, he sang an absolutely beautiful version of the school’s...
Via College Spun
January 12, 2015  |  Discuss

Where Are They: Ken Dorsey is Reliving his NFL Dream Through Current Pros

So for this segment of “Where Are They,” I focused my sights on ex-Browns great Ken Dorsey. For a little background info, in case some fans purposely chose to forget, our story begins back when the Browns acquired the gunslinger out of “The U” back in 2006 in a trade with the San Francisco 49ers. In return, the Browns gave up over-the-hill signal caller Trent Dilfer and a...
Via cover32 - Browns
February 07, 2014  |  Discuss

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