Wide Receivers Coach: Chad Hall
Chad Hall was named the wide receivers coach in the offseason of 2019 after a couple of years as an offensive assistant in Buffalo. Hall had a short three-year NFL career where he played wide receiver for three different NFL teams. Hall also served in the United States Air Force after three extremely successful years as a running back at Air Force. Hall has had an extremely good start to his career receiving high praise from not only Bills receivers but his boss coach McDermott.
"“We have a lot of respect for Chad, and his coaching career is off to a very good start. It’s only going to get better,” said McDermott."
McDermott took a chance on Hall being that this job is Hall’s first as a position coach in the NFL and he is only a couple of years older than most of the wide receivers he coaches. Hall has built a strong bond with the room and has been one of the most impactful coaches in Buffalo.
Hall led the Bills receiving group to have one of the best seasons in the NFL. The Bills had two All-Pro’s at receiver in Stefon Diggs and Cole Beasley while seeing really solid performances from Gabe Davis and Isaiah McKenzie. Hall and the receiver room look for an even bigger 2021 where they add veteran Emmanuel Sanders to an already stacked room.