The Buffalo Bills have fired offensive coordinator Rick Dennison.
McDermott was non-committal when discussing potential coaching staff changes during the season-ending news conference on Tuesday.
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The general manager also said he's taken a look at each of the top quarterbacks in the draft and that any decision to spend a top pick on a passer would ultimately come down to him.
Dennison was hired onto head coach Sean McDermott's staff last January after Rex Ryan left Buffalo. He also said the Bills are "still in the process of getting that accomplished".
We don't yet know what direction the Bills will go at quarterback, but we have an idea on who might replace Dennison.More news: France announces extended recall of Lactalis diary products
The play resulted in an offensive pass interference penalty on wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin and the Bills settled for a field goal in the 10-3 loss. The recently fired coordinator was with the Denver Broncos in the same role prior to landing with the Bills. "That's probably one of them".
Dennison had familiarity with Bills quarterback Tyrod Taylor from their time together in Baltimore, but the combination didn't prove fruitful in Buffalo. Taylor's production declined in his third year as a starter and he was benched in favor of rookie Nathan Peterman for a game at the Los Angeles Chargers in November.More news: Alyssa Milano calls on Ivanka Trump to donate to sexual harassment fund