Former Browns Quarterback Ken Dorsey Interviewed for Offensive Coordinator Role

Cleveland, Ohio – The Cleveland Browns are considering the return of a familiar face to their coaching staff. Ken Dorsey, former Buffalo offensive coordinator, has interviewed for the Browns’ vacant offensive coordinator position, reports CBS Sports’ Jonathan Jones. Dorsey was let go by the Bills in November after their Week 10 loss to the Broncos. Despite his dismissal, Dorsey’s tenure with Buffalo saw the team achieve impressive rankings of second in points and total yards in 2022.

If Dorsey joins the Browns, he would not be responsible for play-calling duties during games as head coach Kevin Stefanski currently holds that role. The potential hiring of Dorsey, who played for the Browns from 2006 to 2008, would bring a familiar face back to Cleveland. During his brief starting stint in 2008, he unfortunately went winless in three games.

In addition to Dorsey, the Browns have also interviewed Seattle Seahawks offensive line coach Andy Dickerson for the offensive coordinator position. The search for a new offensive coordinator comes after Alex Van Pelt left the Browns to join the Carolina Panthers as their quarterbacks coach.

Bringing in Dorsey would bring both familiarity and experience to the Browns’ coaching staff. However, the team has not made a final decision on who will fill the vital offensive coordinator role.